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The Man Who Sold the Sea
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Published
30 May 2019

The Man Who Sold the Sea

This collection consists of twelve stories that happened at different times and in different places. Most of the stories are inspired by true events told through borderline human situations.

A strange journey is going on in the romantic squares of Catania, the warm streets of Jakarta, the cult places of Dublin. You will look at the showcases of the Viennese cafes and you will keep silence in the sacred Preveli cloister. With nostalgia you will return to your favorite old Sozopol, which has preserved the threads of that eternal time - past and present, real and invented, but always repetitive. And during the journey you will hear the enticing rhythm of the sea...

About the Author
Nikolay  Tsenkov

Nikolay Tsenkov was born in 1985 in Stara Zagora. He is a law graduate and is currently working on his dissertation in the field of social philosophy. He has held key positions in the private and public sectors where he has gained valuable professional experience in the sphere of economic diplomacy and project finance.

The collection of stories "The Man Who Sold the Sea" is his first book.

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