A haunting family story of desire and loneliness spanning a hundred years. When the protagonist and narrator of the novel is asked by a local newspaper to write an incident article about an old family photograph, this seemingly harmless task entangles him in a web of mysteries and elusive family mythology. Past and present mingle as tribal secrets and mysteries, stories of adultery, jealousy, homosexuality, friendship and betrayal unravel before the eyes of the reader, and the truth is gradually revealed about a long-forgotten – and long-concealed – family history. – Aegon Award 2012, 10 printings, more than 35,000 copies sold.
A hundred years of family history, mystery and long-concealed secrets unfold from a single photograph and an old journal. Can the past redeem the present?
Adapted to the theatre / Theater Brett, Vienna, 2014
ISBN 978 963 1428 52 0
2016, hard cover with jacket,
292 pages, 142×220 mm
Croatian, Naklada Jurcic