By Ilko Minev,Diane Whitty
This saga of lifestyles is either a love tale and an effective way to find existence within the " lung of Earth." the writer left the communist regime and his local Bulgaria, interposes evidence of his lifestyles, with the lives of his uncles, those sure, did the ship's direction, past the tales that handed from mouth to mouth within the relations, had entry to day-by-day, and occasions of his imagination.
The booklet is additionally a manifesto for peace, cohesion between humans and a party of affection and nature.
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