by award-winning Montenegrin novelist – Andrej Nikolaidis. ruminations on parenthood, father-son relationships, the City of Ulcinj, what is truth, what is sin?. Andrej Nikolaidis is a Bosnian novelist, columnist, and political adviser. His novel Sin (The Son) won the European Union Prize for Literature in FICTION. Andrej Nikolaidis. © ampimargini. Andrej Nikolaidis is a contemporary writer from one of Europe’s newest and smallest states: The Son (Sin, ).
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Open Preview See a Problem? Quotes from The Son. Return to Book Page. What happens after that? The only things which still interested me were crime news and books about serial killers.
Damir rated it it was ok Aug 21, Andrej Nikolaidis was born in in Sarajevo, to a mixed Montenegrin-Greek family. Email required Address never made public. Aleksandra rated it really liked it Jan 03, That was behind me now. These encounters include a meeting with an old school friend, talking to a Muslim preacher, an assignation with a prostitute and a surreal run-in with a family of lepers who live in an abandoned underground Soviet era parking garage.
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: The mere gall spewing thing does not work for a longer time, that’s probably why Nikolaidis chose to keep the novel short.
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Preview — Sin by Andrej Nikolaidis. He is at first appreciative, then, without missing a beat, changes his entire perspective on life. Rainbow rated it it was amazing Jun 06, However little we expect of life, it gives us even less. And since there is no justice in the world, let us hope that a divine caprice will nonetheless make this insanely readable page-turner a mega success.
Io l’ho letto in inglese per l’unico motivo che l’ho comprato nelquando ancora non sapevo che ci sarebbe stata una traduzione italiana. Lists with This Book. Perhaps this paradox can be explained nikopaidis the contrast between our self-focused narrator and those he encounters—people who genuinely lead miserable lives and yet find some sort of philosophy to transcend tragedy and cope with life.
In a small town on the Adriatic coast, a local detective is content to sacrifice truth for the sake of telling his clients the stories they want to hear. To ask nikolaudis readers questions about Sinplease sign up. This is a portrait of a love-less landscape delivered with a polemical, sensuous language and heaps of dark humour.
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The Coming by Andrej Nikolaidis
For my full review go to http: What are we to do with this? Email Subscription Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. As soon as I opened my agency ,though it seems all of Ulcnj decided to start killing ,robbing sjn and raping.
Crazy though it may seem, it appears that the woman who gave birth to him was actually one of an elite band of trained killers employed by the Yugoslav Secret Services to liquidate andrem opponents abroad, and his entire childhood the carefully orchestrated plan of this same organisation.
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To see what your friends thought adnrej this book, please sign up. Helena Demirci rated it it was amazing Jun 03, Ana rated it liked it Dec 24, The narrator flees his house after a devastating It is a very good thing that this book is short, because any more would be too much.
This setup could still mean it can be any kind of story.
Want niiolaidis Read Currently Reading Read. Among the Lost by Emiliano Monge tr. Postage within Europe only. The Coming – Nikolaidis Category: European Union Prize for Literature for Montenegro Oppure, sempre concentrandosi sullo schifo, il protagonista si interessa alle storie di serial killer, e ci racconta di alcuni cannibali di cui ha letto.
Well just about every page here contains something to make you ponder your own life. Tony Messenger Niiolaidis Booker. Antonija rated it liked it Oct 20, Instead, The Son is a strange and darkly funny book about a misanthrope who turns his evident except to him self-hatred inside out and despises every person and thing around him.
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The Coming Dolazak, Misha rated it really liked it Jul 29, This is touched on a few times, and then dropped.