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Five women in various stages of life all connected by a mysterious obscuring mist face the deterministic trap of fate in this mosaic novel A freshman at a girl's boarding school gains the strange ability to share other people's dreams whereas a. Five interlocking short stories that walk through the eternal debate is life predetermined or is it left up to chance Can possibly leave you feeling a tad creeped out Don t read before you go to sleep for a thorough review

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And when an elderly woman's precious alarm clock suddenly breaks she suffers a vivid and troubling encounter with her past An enticing mix of the ordinary with the surreal and the mundane with the sublime these tales uietly twist trusted concep. So bizarre Can a girl visit the dreams of others What is a dream and what is reality Should someone be allowed to dictate the future Can you stop time What if you re dead and can t tell Can you choose when it s time to dieThis book creeped me out There s no logical reason as to why it freaked me out as much as it did There are five simple stories about five different women Through every story flows the ethereal mist disguising and distorting reality The women themselves were a little shall we say strange Then they had these bizarre experiences that left the reader wondering what was true and what was imagined I honestly can t explain why it was so disturbing but it was I couldn t read it at night I gave it two stars because I didn t love it I don t love books that leave me feeling so strange Also I think the author was trying to make a point but I couldn t really figure out what it was If you like weird psychologically disturbing stories then you should check this book out Make your own model forts & castles reality Should someone be allowed to dictate the future Can you stop time What if you Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury re dead and can t tell Can you choose when it s time to dieThis book creeped me out There s no logical How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim reason as to why it freaked me out as much as it did There are five simple stories about five different women Through every story flows the ethereal mist disguising and distorting Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic reader wondering what was true and what was imagined I honestly can t explain why it was so disturbing but it was I couldn t A Daddy for Christmas really figure out what it was If you like weird psychologically disturbing stories then you should check this book out

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Young woman in a straitjacket desperately tries to select a very particular future from among countless possibilities A middle aged skier refuses to be a puppet on a string while a mature fortune teller experiences a faltering faith in her trade. Reminiscent of the best of Frederic Brown Anthony Boucher and Jonathan Carroll Serbian writer Zoran Zivkovic s latest book Steps Through the Mists Atelier Polaris 2003 traverses the unpredictable worlds of Fate Five women of various ages occupations and mental states encounter their uniue futures a school girl journeys in others dreams a woman in a straightjacket not only sees the future but determines it as well a middle aged skier encounters a mysterious being who attempts to control her a fraudulent fortune teller who mistrusts her own abilities and an old lady whose precious alarm clock breaks Through five short stories Zivkovic weaves these disparate elements into a masterpiece that can t be laid downSteps Through the Mist is littered with scenes that uestion what is real and what is not The endings are almost all shockers but of the good kind The surprise that puts everything into context or of the type that you hope the writer would go through with if they had the balls or the vision Zivkovic has both in spades And the talent His writing is deceptively simple and beautifully elegant all at the same time His translator Alice Copple Tosic is to be congratulated A poor translation often destroys an otherwise good book Zivkovic has used Copple Tosic on most of his English translated works with good reason as evident with Steps Through the Mist which reads like it was originally written in English The prose is flawlessZivkovic brings us into the minds of the women We become familiar with each one s fears hopes and neuroses As each made her way through the mists to the future I empathized with her plight Their confusion trepidation and concerns became my ownMy complaints about this book are mainly cosmetic and most of them rise out of my experience as a bookseller and publisher Though nicely packaged with good cover stock and uality paper there is nothing on the outside of the book to tell you about it On the cover is an attractive painting with the author and title The back cover is black with a small moon and the publisher s logo If this book hadn t been sent to me and if I weren t already familiar with Zoran Zivkovic I would have never picked this up never mind read it Sadly these problems along with the current lack of distribution will most likely prevent Steps Through the Mist from getting the audience it deservesWith this book Zoran Zivkovic demonstrates why he is one of the great although unheralded masters of the contemporary fantasy Steps Through the Mist is a must have for people who like their fiction a little surreal and a lot off center This review originally appeared on RevolutionSFLink Homewrecker refuses to be a puppet on a string while a mature fortune teller experiences a faltering faith in her trade. Reminiscent of the best of Frederic Brown Anthony Boucher and Jonathan Carroll Serbian writer Zoran Zivkovic s latest book Steps Through the Mists Atelier Polaris 2003 traverses the unpredictable worlds of Fate Five women of various ages occupations and mental states encounter their uniue futures a school girl journeys in others dreams a woman in a straightjacket not only sees the future but determines it as well a middle aged skier encounters a mysterious being who attempts to control her a fraudulent fortune teller who mistrusts her own abilities and an old lady whose precious alarm clock breaks Through five short stories Zivkovic weaves these disparate elements into a masterpiece that can t be laid downSteps Through the Mist is littered with scenes that uestion what is Make your own model forts & castles real and what is not The endings are almost all shockers but of the good kind The surprise that puts everything into context or of the type that you hope the writer would go through with if they had the balls or the vision Zivkovic has both in spades And the talent His writing is deceptively simple and beautifully elegant all at the same time His translator Alice Copple Tosic is to be congratulated A poor translation often destroys an otherwise good book Zivkovic has used Copple Tosic on most of his English translated works with good Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury reason as evident with Steps Through the Mist which How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim reads like it was originally written in English The prose is flawlessZivkovic brings us into the minds of the women We become familiar with each one s fears hopes and neuroses As each made her way through the mists to the future I empathized with her plight Their confusion trepidation and concerns became my ownMy complaints about this book are mainly cosmetic and most of them Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic read it Sadly these problems along with the current lack of distribution will most likely prevent Steps Through the Mist from getting the audience it deservesWith this book Zoran Zivkovic demonstrates why he is one of the great although unheralded masters of the contemporary fantasy Steps Through the Mist is a must have for people who like their fiction a little surreal and a lot off center This

  • Hardcover
  • 125
  • Koraci kroz maglu
  • Zoran Živković
  • English
  • 10 February 2018
  • 9781933083100

About the Author: Zoran Živković

Zoran Živković was born in Belgrade former Yugoslavia in 1948 In 1973 he graduated from the Department of General Literature with the theory of literature Faculty of Philology of the University of Belgrade; he received his master's degree in 1979 and his doctorate in 1982 from the same school He lives in Belgrade Serbia with his wife Mia who is French and their twin sons Uroš and Andreja



10 thoughts on “Koraci kroz maglu

  1. says:

    Steps Through the Mist Serbian author Zoran Živković’s 80 page “mosaic novel” features a different woman in each o

  2. says:

    what zivkovic calls a mosaic novel told in 5 parts from 5 stories investigates the unreality of reality via a metaphor of mist descending so that the character is totally enveloped and must rely on their inner dialog to figure out the

  3. says:

    Five interlocking short stories that walk through the eternal debate is life predetermined or is it left up to chance? Can p

  4. says:

    A handful of decent short stories 35 stars

  5. says:

    Reminiscent of the best of Frederic Brown Anthony Boucher and Jonathan Carroll Serbian writer Zoran Zivkovic’s latest book Steps Through the Mists Atelier Polaris 2003 traverses the unpredictable worlds of Fate Five women of various ages occupations and mental states encounter their uniue futures a school girl journeys in others’ dreams; a woman in a straightjacket not only sees the future but determines it as well; a middle aged skier

  6. says:

    Before reading this book I knew nothing about either the author or of the work itself In fact the only reason I picked this up was because I happened to be at an event at my local library and being early as usual decided to browse the shelves In doing so this particular book caught my eye due largely to the fact that it was much smaller than the rest of the books near it as well as it's lovely cover with black and silver adornments I decid

  7. says:

    I really was drawn in by this book because it was so mysterious I had no idea what to expect There was no description just a black book with an interesting title I loved the writing style; the book contained a few short stories which all had a sense of chilling finality to them all feeling complete as they were read on their own yet were connected to a central theme which gave the stories some fluency as they shifted The writing is eerie

  8. says:

    So bizarre Can a girl visit the dreams of others? What is a dream and what is reality? Should someone be allowed to dictate the future? Can you stop time? What if you're dead and can't tell? Can you choose when it's time to die?This book creeped me out There's no logical reason as to why it freaked me out as much as it did There are five simple stories about five different women Through every story flows the ethereal mist disguising and dis

  9. says:

    I needed a book from the bottom shelf for my libraries winter reading club and I chose this one at random based solely on

  10. says:

    Miss Alexandra dreamed that she was in an asylum for the mentally disturbed after a traffic accident in which she hurt her head She had terrible visions that frightened her A doctor came to visit and she told him about her visions but he didn't believe them Miss Theodora dreamed that she was skiing An unusually dressed man sat next to her on the ski lift He explained that he was not there by accident He had come to se

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