Indifferent Paperback – 20 Jun 2012
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About the Author
Branko Jovanovski leads a self-imposed lifestyle for as long as it is written. Like a proper dreamer, he lives in his own world and occasionally lets people in. He creates his own values, constantly challenging himself, and he sometimes tries to find a meaning. The form of literary fiction best describes his work, without hiding his sentimental convictions of pure existentialism. Until today, he has made one mistake in his life that stands out much more than the rest: he had said he knew himself before having realized how wrong and doubtful that statement was, and how complex one's awareness of his own realization could be. If by coincidence this book evolves into an immediate inspiration to you as reader, and more so as an active participant in it, you could share your personal observations and ideas at TheIndifferentConcept.com
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5 November 2012
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I recommend indifferent to anyone who likes to indulge in a complex world of existentialism, philosophy and the everlasting battle of emotional triggers with the concept of modern society. The battle within is the battle that counts. And that battle is diligently and intelligently portrayed through the words of the "indifferent" words. I have noticed that the author uses Indifferent as the title, although his experience seems to be quite the contrary. Great read, a lot of questions have arisen for me now to seek their origin, if not their answers.