Nenad Google’s book, I Died Friday, raises universal questions about human nature, the potential that we as humans have in ourselves. It is a powerful story of man’s ability to transform evil in and around himself into good, to use the fall as a springboard, to see in death the responsibility to live as best he can. Powerful, inspired, interesting. The novel “I Died Friday” is read in the breath and triggers a rethink in every reader. From a literary theory point of view, a completely new and authentic voice in the Serbian literary scene; spirituality as an all-pervading unit of life is given as a choice, in a completely chaotic age of technology and absolute pollution.
Number of pages: 219
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