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Author: Title: Description:
Aleksieva, Elena Nobelistut One warm spring evening a luxury car brings a Nobel Prize laureate to a meeting with his Bulgarian readers. Later that night, however, the author vanishes…
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 2012. Price: £18.50
Androvska, Liudmila Khaos A contemporary experimental novel that mixes prose and poetry. A story about a society that has broken free from nature, only to be confronted by a chaos of its own making.
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 01/01/2015. Price: £17.50
Asiova, Boyka Ludovitsa A collection of short stories that is akin to sitting by a fireplace surrounded by warmth and affection, listening to wise and mature tales. Inside them, there are people so full-blooded that you feel you can almost touch them.
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 01/01/2015. Price: £20.99
Beachkov, Kasimir & Anna Koicheva Bulgarcheto. Kenturburijski iabulki. The book contains work by two contemporary authors. One of them is dedicated to mysteries of childhood, taking a place in Bulgaria. It is patriotic, yet humorus story telling. The other takes palce in England and depicts the reality of guest workers.
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 2013. Price: £15.50
Dimitrova, Vlada Otklonenie A story about love and the impossibility of recapturing the past.
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 2014. Price: £18.50
Enev, Deian Grizli. Novi razkazi A collection of short stories. The author himself says the book includes eight stories which are very good, with another 28 which are good. It is up to the reader to work out which is which.
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 01/01/2015. Price: £18.50
Evtimova, Zdravka Edna i sshcha reka The story of three sisters who live in the small Bulgarian town of Radomir. Evtimova's writing has been referred to as 'mythical realism' for its ability to intermix the past, present and future. It explores identity, family, love and pain.
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 01/01/2015. Price: £21.99
Ivanova, Ina Imeto na nedelita. Rasskazy A collection of stories focused on the little things that shape our lives.
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 2012. Price: £16.50
Laleva, Mariya Zhivot v skalite A sick young woman and her young son arrive in Old Sozopol. Here they meet some people who soon become their family: Michael, a former popular actor and current drunkard; Demir a wise old man, and an eccentric Armenian.
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 01/01/2018. Price: £18.99
Miroslavova, Romaniola Plashiloto "Scarecrow" is a typical Bulgarian family saga with a lot of moral and spiritual confrontation. The book has won the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture award.
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 2014. Price: £15.50
Mladenov, Radoslav Idiot v men A comic novel, written in a light-hearted tone with a cascade of hilarious revelations coming at a furious pace. This witty book with an unexpected finale marks the twentieth anniversary of Mladenov's acclaimed comic writing.
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 01/01/2015. Price: £18.50
Radeva, Ianitsa Sezont na Ioana With its evocative narrative, this novel sets out to connect the life of a woman to the other residents of a small provincial town. Bit by bit, the singular threads reveal a bigger picture of relationships and alienation in modern society.
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 01/01/2015. Price: £16.99
Stefanov, Stefan Krai do krai Stefanov's second book shows the new face of a young generation in Bulgarian prose writing. He is passionate about depicting truth without resorting to postmodernist cliches. This is a disturbing, even terrifying metaphor of our present and future.
Bulgarian: Literature: New Fiction. Published 01/01/2015. Price: £21.99

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