Tour: Hunt for the Troll



By Mark Richardson October 22 – 25

  • Purchase link: http://mybook.to/HuntForTheTroll
  • Genre:  Fantasy, mystery, cyberpunk
  • Print length: 271
  • Suitable for young adults? This is an adult book but suitable for mature teenagers 16+
  • Trigger warnings:
  • Formats available for the Tour: mobi, epub, pdf. [sorry, no paperbacks!]
  • Amazon Rating: 4.5 stars

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About Hunt for the Troll

It all starts when a twenty-something software programming genius is visited while he sleeps by a mysterious figure referred to as the Troll. “We’re going to change the world,” the Troll tells the narrator. Soon we’re introduced to an assortment of off-beat characters: a red-haired, one-eared, female temptress; a pot-smoking tech reporter; a computer-generated Halfling; and a few venture capitalists who are all interested in finding the Troll. Mostly taking place in San Francisco, Hunt for the Troll is a quirky hybrid of mystery, pulp, and modern fairy tale.

Praise for Hunt for the Troll

Rating: 5 out of 5.

This book was fun from start to finish. Not just fun, but also smart, relevant, intriguing, absurd, and maybe a little prescient. My inner science fiction fan, my tech-loving side and my novelist persona — all had a good time reading Hunt for the Troll. Amazon review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

 What a fun and badass adventure!…If you are looking for something that will make you laugh and having you turning pages suspensefully at the same time, this is a great book for you! I highly recommend Mark Richardson’s Hunt for the Troll and it will be an experience and adventure that I won’t soon forget! Amazon review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

An excellent mix of Neal Stephenson and Haruki Murakami, Mark Richardson’s first novel is two parts magical realism, one part cyberpunk, with a dash of classical noir. Amazon Review

About Mark Richardson

Mark Richardson is the author of the novels The Sun Casts No Shadow and Hunt for the Troll. He grew up near Chicago, graduated from the University of Iowa, spent a number of years living in Los Angeles, and now calls Northern California home. He is married with two children.
Twitter: @rchrdsnmark.

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