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    It's Time: Writing On The Wall (Paperback) By (author) Pavel Kostin, Edited by Max Bollinger, Translated by James Rann

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    DescriptionThis is a book about all the magical new things that you can discover if you're brave enough to break out of your boring routine and take a fresh look at the world around you. But this is also a story about love. Passionate, selfless love. That may seem ridiculously naive in today's world... So be it. It's a book about how, whatever trials life may have in store for you, if at heart you are a romantic, if you know how to love, then everything will work out. An artist's novel, a journey of life, street art and magic, a story written by the city itself and by the street-artists living there. Our heroes are both ordinary and extraordinary young romantics, they use their life and art to express new ideas. The story follows a group of street artists, not unlike Banksy, Ben Eine, Cityzen Kane, C215, Roa. These characters are secretive. They live in their own world with their own philosophy and outlook on life. But how does one become such urban romantic? We see a freedom seeking artist in Pavel's new novel, we see his journey, his adventures, his dilemmas and his choices. What would you choose? The comfort of daily routine or the free spirit of art? For Pavel's characters this becomes a question of life and death.

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  • I expected a contemporary Russian La Boheme, but this is very different, and definitely unique.2

    Colleen "...If you are looking for something a little off-beat and don't mind a slower start to a book, or even if you're just looking for something that's more under the radar, I'd recommend giving this one a go. It's definitely not a novel for everyone, though. It's marketed as a kind of urban romance, but it feels more like Romanticism romance than any kind of lovey dovey type of romance..."

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    http://herebebookwyrms.blogspot.com/2012/07/its-time-writing-on-wall.html by Colleen

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