Inside Out of Norway is a Norwegian-American’s view of his country of birth and upbringing, and is meant to give a different perspective to the stories about Norway written in international media.
The author is a high school student whose main everyday struggles revolve around not going legally insane from the peculiarities and occasional dysfunctionality of Norwegian public life. Certain ruthless sarcastic remarks are therefore to be expected. He enjoys politics, economics, linguistics, sociology and (almost) all forms of sport, as well as all forms of good food and good people. He dreams of becoming a muckraker, for he knows there is much to find.
PS: Hollandophilia is to be expected.