My book Future Gone is conceived as a deep study of human nature, of our hidden, subconscious desires, of the constant roaming in the labyrinth of life and as a journey through human pathology. It presents in a unique way and from different points of view all that is hidden beneath the mask of simple things. In my book there are hypotheses for the development of society and civilization and for the evolution of human nature in far future. In my short stories I have tried to describe the impossible, the absurd and unthinkable at this moment, which, as has happened so many times in history, after some time and for better or for worst can become our reality.It’s dark mood and wild states of mind that prevail in my book, as well as blurred senses, and this leads my characters towards the unknown in their own selves. Some of my stories are on religious topics, as well as on the topic of fear of death and our refusal to believe in it and the ridiculous escape from the end of life.Future Gone is also a picture of the dark side of man and the nightmarish duality, which, in my opinion, accompanies every one of us at every moment of our existence. My works also examine what seems to be the brightest human feeling: hope, which, in my opinion, has a reverse side, as well as the consequences of the blind faith in it. If I am to describe my stories, I would call them intuitive prose. Something that comes from deep intuition, from connections that are usually unthinkable, from pain and fear. My stories don’t deal with ordinary reality or, so to speak, the world that I am surrounded with. They are conceived as an entirely global and symbolic prose.My dream is for my works to become popular in the Western world, both among people who are literary orientated and those who are not.My way of writing is simple and I don’t use long, ambiguous sentences, scientific terms and charades. I dare say that my ideas are presented in the most accessible manner possible. I am confident that I have studied some, so far unrevealed nuances of human psyche and that this will contribute to contemporary society.