A Novel by Edo Murić
"Before losing my conscience I turned around to see where we were. On the side of the hill red poppies were just starting their extreme bloom, due to the rain that had fallen during the previous days. It was a calm nature, almost sleep inducing. But there was nothing really there. Just the hill and the bloom."
"Your destiny is nothing else but the society jumping on your chest and trying to pump out all of your air, any time you attempt to breathe."
Inspired by true events that took place at the end of the 1920s, the story being told is of the occult and the unknown that was surrounding the shooting of the last film of the legendary German silent era director, F.W. Murnau, which led to his untimely death. Himself bound by the destiny of origins, it is the mysterious boy-servant, García Stevenson, who becomes the conduit of Murnau's tragic fate.Set in the intoxicating theater of the French Polynesia, this is a story about identity, artistic expression and a boy's mental anguish, in the light of the bitter struggle to find a place in a world slowly succumbing to chaos.
ES VerlagEdition: Littérature Sauvage205 pages

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