Free Book to Read – “I Hate My Brother”, by Branislav Bojcic

Greetings, everyone! Get a read of a fabulous book by a writer and friend. It is free to download. I would appreciate it if you could spread the word around, so others can see it, download it and read it as well. You can get to the book by clicking on the cover. Enjoy!

Thank you up front and have a fabulous day!

And now, something about the book:

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“This book maybe answers the question whether we can become a monster, or the monster already lies deep within us, waiting for the opportunity to come to the surface.

The action of this novel takes place in the region of ex-Yugoslavia as well as in the prison and in the court of The Hague Tribunal for war crimes.

The main character is Gvozden Mishic. He is courageous, honest, hard-working, and above all, a highly honourable man.

What happens when such a man of incredible persistence and will-power has his heart broken and filled with hatred?

Genocide.

This book represents a transformation, or rather a deformation of an impressive and above all unique personality having countless qualities, among which the greatest is – immense love for his family.

This quality is exactly his greatest fault. Love that he felt for his wife and daughter becomes inexhaustible source of hatred that makes him commit deeds which give a new dimension and severity to the term “war crime”.

The severity that the readers will certainly feel in their hearts while reading this book.

This book is nothing more than a deeply emotional testimony of a tragedy of one people, carried on wings of hatred, hatred of those who once lived for LOVE, who once fought for LOVE.”

 

~ by Oloriel on October 12, 2017.

6 Responses to “Free Book to Read – “I Hate My Brother”, by Branislav Bojcic”

  1. Reblogged this on O LADO ESCURO DA LUA.

  2. Hvala ti!!! :****

  3. Reblogged this on babeidede and commented:
    Branislav Bojcic is a Serbian writer born in Belgrade on December 30, 1984. The first book titled “I hate my brother” he wrote in 2017. The novel speaks about the war that took place in the early 1990s on the territory of the former Yugoslavia. After a phenomenal public reaction, the book was translated into English.

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