Lab Rats

Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Fennel is a lab rat with a (strong) mind of his own. While part of an experiment to isolate the precise pheromones that drive rats to procreate, he decides to not cooperate, at all.

Decides to go on a mating strike.

And not only that, he secures the agreement from his lab-rat friends to do the very same. An all-around mating strike. With some interesting fallout. More
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Words: 15,910
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301829286
About Ulf Wolf

Ulf is a Swedish name that once meant Wolf. So, yes, Wolf Wolf, that’s me.

I was born Ulf Ronnquist one snowy night in late October, in one of those northern Swedish towns that are little more than a clearing in the forest.

Fast forward through twenty Swedish years, ten or so English ones, and another twenty-four in the US and you’ll find me in front of an immigrations officer conducting the final citizenship interview, at the end of which he asks me, “What name would you like on your passport?”

And here I recall what a friend had told me, that you can pick just about any name you want at this point, and I heard me say “Ulf Wolf.”

That’s how it happened. Scout’s honor.

Of course, I had been using Ulf Wolf as a pen name for some time before this interview, but I hadn’t really planned to adopt that as my official U.S. name. But I did.

I have written stories all my life. Initially in Swedish, but for the last twenty or so years in English. To date I have written six novels, four novellas and two scores of stories; along with many songs and poems.

My writing focus these days is on life’s important questions (in my view): Who are we? What are we doing here? And how do we break out of this prison?

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Review by: Sandra George on Feb. 13, 2015 :
I agree with Morat Gurgeh's review completely. I will also be reading more.
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Review by: James Jenkins on Jan. 03, 2014 :
Starts with lots of promise, but then it starts reading like a home work assignment. Names of pheromones are included WAY TO OFTEN, and attempts to weave them into the story become boring.
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Review by: MoratGurgeh on Nov. 19, 2013 :
An odd but interesting story from an unusual viewpoint. Well-told and drily amusing, although there are several misspellings and one red paragraph (in the Kindle version).

Well worth a read and easily good enough for me to check out the authors other stories.
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