WINNER OF THE LAZAR KOMARCIC AWARD!
There are three things you wish to know, my brave hero, three things and none less. The first is the identity of the warrior-sorcerer that haunts you in your dreams and in your wakefulness. The next is how you can defeat him, so that he never returns. And the third, no less important > the third is how to exit this place alive.
"European epic songs, Balkan ethnic narratives, fairy tales, geopolitical and conspiracy myths, modern sword and sorcery genre, stream of consciousness novel... In my mind, "Black Blossom" is the only book I know that accurately and seamlessly integrates seamlessly mixes traditional and modern genres of completely different storytelling techniques. The result is sharp and touching, a Jungian drama with long-term echoes. Being old enough not to believe in coincidences, I think it should be obvious now why the author's very surname literally means "prince's son"
"Black Blossom is a genuinely magical story with the timeless qualities of legends and fairytales. Written with sophistication and elegance, it poses necessary questions about the traditional hero, the man of strength and valour."