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Edyta i Jacek są zwykłymi młodymi ludźmi. Mają swoje marzenia, ambicje, plany, zainteresowania. Chcą żyć pełnią życia, mieć znajomych, przyjaciół, a przede wszystkim chcą kochać i być kochani. Problem tkwi tylko w tym, że ona porusza się na wózku, a on nie widzi. Gdyby byli sprawni, ich pragnienia byłyby normalne, a tak otaczający świat pokazuje im, że oczekują od życia zb...more
Paperback, 424 pages
Published January 2009 by Prószyński Media
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Zuzana
Of course Im very impressed. Very interesting and actually nice to see how disabled people live. But the dramatic ending is for me quite non-satisfying.
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Paweł Pollak – a Polish writer and translator of Swedish literature. He has translated 15 books from Swedish, including the novels by Hjalmar Söderberg und Liza Marklund. His own works are: the crime novel “The Skunk” (2006), a love story between a paralyzed woman and a blind man, “The Incompleted” (2009) and the crime stories “Between Law and Justice” (2010). These stories, like “Black Widow”, ar...more
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