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The lost button

 

Engels - Paperback

Glagoslav Publications Ltd  |  juli 2012

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In early 80's Ukraine is stricken by perestroika and struggles for "democracy", Afghanistan is in flames of a war where hundreds of eighteen-year-old youths are killed every day. Their peer, Dan, a student of cinematography, hardly cares about social problems anywhere on the planet. But one fatal encounter with a mysterious young lady in a picturesque corner of the Carpathians changes his life forever. Unable to let go of his love after getting lost with her in the woods for one beautiful night, the young man's fascination with the actress turns into an obsession. He deliberately goes through all the hell circles in Afghanistan, striving to burn out the traces of his unrequited love. Years later his native country just starts experiencing a real advertising boom amidst which he finds a new way to apply his creative talent and inner strengths. However, the past of his love rushes back into his life and now this obsession takes him from one continent to another.

The taut psychological thriller The Lost Button keeps the reader transfixed. The novel encompasses an entire era from the mid-70s of the previous century till the modern day with its geography stretching over the European region including Kiev, the Ukraine's periphery, Russia and Montenegro, and at last the United States. It explores evergreen concepts of love, devotion, and betrayal and emphasizes the idea that whenever and wherever one lives, a tiny detail like a lost button has the power to set off a chain of events that would lead to either one's greatest happiness or one's greatest tragedy. It is about not looking back, but always valuing what you have - today and forever.

The Lost Button received first place in the "Coronation of the Word" competition in 2005 and subsequently was made into a feature film.

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Soort boek Paperback
Uitgever Glagoslav Publications Ltd , Verschijningsjaar: 2012
ISBN-13 9781909156043
ISBN-10 1909156043
Taal Engels

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