Dimensions: 130 x 195 mm
Word: ≈ 21 500
Author: Beso Solomonashvili
Beso Solomonashvili’s latest novel “Literary Mystification: Story of my Grandfather – the Executioner” is a profound description of the historic time past, a very triggering and crucial period for Georgia’s Independence. The storyline develops in the period of 1918-1921 years and culminates with the 25th of February, 1921, when Georgia lost shortly gained Independence, which lasted for only three years and consequently was forced to join the Soviet Union.
“Literary Mystification: story of my grandfather – the executioner” is a story of ordinary people and rich people, of people seeking for liberation and of people craving for power. Alongside with the historic period very intriguing and uncommon love affairs develop. Beso’s characters are too humanly, some with typical Georgian mentality, others – dreamers and free souls, who become to be victims of the regime, forced to turn into something, they have no knowledge of.
Who we really are and what the system wants us to be? This could be a question lying beneath the whole story, story of losing self and liberty.