The motives in these stories develop as in a musical play that sounds at a different tempo and may end with a sudden ending. The characters are artists and collectors, Venetians and Armenians, princesses and firefighters, kings and singers, teachers and programmers. The stories unfold from Velazquez's studio and the squares of Venice to a deserted house in Shishkovtsi and the Peroto literary club. They are united by the delicate view of art as a unique, world-shifting experience, of love as anticipation, of life as a labyrinth in which "loss is pleasure."
"I saw rich plasticity and elegance in the first stories of Biliana Genova. It is characteristic of her mastery to make changes in her narrative, which not every narrator succeeds in. I am writing these lines with the conviction that a new name has appeared in front of the reading public: Biliana Genova. " Lyuben Petkov
"Biliana Genova's stories gave me a pleasant surprise. With the frankness - the bold renunciation of any literary make-up, with the subtle ironic observation, with the lightness and suddenness of her discoveries, with the ridiculous, airy structure of the stories she tells me, she makes me breathe the time I still try to live. Thanks!" Rada Moskova