02 is an “existential” sequel to Ivaylo Borisov’s “improper novel”.
The protagonist, born at an inopportune time and place, had made an easy social leap forward in view of post-totalitarian conditions in Bulgaria and ...read morå
Peter is a very ordinary kind of boy “living in the streets”. He’s a smart and ambitious youngster who believes that after being discharged he would lead a normal and peaceful life – education, work, career, money, family, ...read morå
This book is not a novel, neither an essay or any other documentary work. In this book there are memories, proverbs, tales, dreams, fantasies, and short portraits of the present. We may call it an evidence of two epochs - of the lives of the authors ...read morå
This is a novel about the Internet addiction: the intrusive wish to surf the net and not to be able to stay offline. And what's next: a virtual love, virtual loneliness, virtual sex.
This is a novel about the escape from reality and its ...read morå
This is a novel of a life crucified between laughter and sadness, hopes and collapses, ups and downs. The author shares his cherished memories of the Neolithic era - a world full of loyalty and betrayal, violence and light impulses. Feel free to ...read morå
The Bulgarian author and screenwriter Wagenstein devotes his powerful novel to an affable Jewish tailor from a small town in Eastern Europe who survives the reigns of Hitler and Stalin. Wagenstein himself escaped from a concentration camp and was ...read morå
Far from Toledo is part two of Angel Wagenstein's triptych on the fate of European Jews during World War II. Apart from Bulgaria the book has been published both separately and together in Germany, France, Russia, Spain, Italy, Poland, Macedonia, ...read morå
This is a crime novel about the years after 1989 in Bulgaria. There are many scientific inventions, dark deals, homosexual relationships and money in nowadays Bulgaria, written in a witty and funny ...read morå
The solidarity of chameleons is iron stiff. One has understood it too late but as the saying is: Better never than ...read morå
…Sabazius – the foreigner, the liberator, the blood-thirsty fiend, the drunkard, the liar, the debaucher, the ascetic, the handsome one, the mad and unacknowledged god – came late on Olympus, although he was more ancient than the ...read morå
WE THE GENIUSES could be called a collection of short stories, but the author prefers to think of it as “a collection of incidents”. It is purely autobiographical and was originally written for the amusement of friends and relatives, but ...read morå
“Tarpani” won the national competition “Hr. G. Danov” (1990). It has received the award “Plovdiv” (1993) and the National Award “Svetlostrui” (1993). “Tarpani” has been adapted for the ...read morå
"Letters to Myself" is the last book of Vasil Kinov. It was published ...read morå
In this novel Rositsa Tasheva remains loyal to her attachment to the subtle smile, to the irony and when necessary – the open sarcasm. The main character of this novel is a charming loser who has strange conceptions about life and living. He ...read morå