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Mojag is in his early twenties, in the prime of seeking adulthood by being willingly torn from his home. Finding himself in a position of a wanderer, he soon realizes that being away from the warmth of his "safehouse" is not the only cause of his self-perceived misery, but his reluctance to a natural change in life. The mental evolution of his character is what he unconsci ...more
Paperback, 318 pages
Published June 20th 2012 by CreateSpace
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Elena Jovanovska
Aug 12, 2012 rated it it was amazing

The story of Mojag, the main character, can be everyone’s life story! I indeed agree with the author that “Mojag is someone that we all claim we are not”.
The story of Mojag reminds us that life is too short to risk refraining from living it just the way we want……As Mojag did, we have to confront ourselves in order to overcome all our thoughts which prevent us from enjoying our life. We need guidance, but we can write it for ourselves!
Mind is really powerful tool; we just need to take care of i
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Lara E.
Aug 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing

What I see as "dishonesty" is how some unjustified bestsellers have thousands of followers and raving reviews and every one has read or want to read them just because some cheap, poorly written, shallow and meaningless book has been boosted by the media. These days it is hard to get people to even acknowledge unknown authors. Just because a new author like this one (at least I assume he is new since I could not find any other books by him)needs to somehow get his book known and has friends to he
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Carrie
Sep 01, 2012 rated it liked it
I can appreciate the amount of thought the author put into this book and I definitely have known some Mojags in my life but I found 300 pages of self-analysis a bit tiring after a while. Having said that I can see this book making a connection with a younger crowd.
Simon
Nov 01, 2012 rated it it was ok
There have been many books that have explored the borderlines between childhood and adulthood,; between youth and age. The fifties produced some fine explorations of what can happen when you reach this barrier. The frustrated searching of Holden Caulfield as he fights away from the idea of lost innocence; an innocence he hopes to catch and preserve. The having to grow up quick end of any possible childhood of Ponyboy in The Outsiders or Jo from A Taste of Honey. Denied the role models, love or a ...more
Haris Primorac
Aug 14, 2012 rated it it was amazing
It was a great experience reading this book. I thought I was slightly biased as I know the writer for some time now, and I thought I probably liked it because I could relate to many of the places and happenings he is writing about, as if I could see the words coming out of his mouth. It was funny at moments, and it was sad at times, but the way he portrayed the battle of one person with himself, that inner conflict in all of us made me realize that some time after I have read the book, I underst ...more
Vw
Nov 10, 2012 rated it did not like it
Tiresome....took me more than a month to get through it. About as long as it takes the character in the book to actually DO something. Not my cup of tea... but others have given a really high rating so I feel like I've missed something and this saddens me even more. And something else a little troublesome? So many references to Native American names, and I was confused as to whether the characters were intended to be Native American - and I kind of feel like the book did not do the culture justi ...more
Rini Budihartati
Oct 31, 2012 rated it liked it
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3.5/5
I got it from Goodreads giveaway.
The book is a bit boring. But it's really good to read Mojag's life experiences. I agree with his visions about living away from home for studying. And about Uni life and student life. It relates to me and my surroundings. I like some quotes from the book in page 10, 16, 18, 23, 26 and much more pages. Thanks for writing this book.
Dolly
Apr 26, 2013 rated it did not like it
I gave up after 50 pages. I will plow through anything in the hope that there is something for me in the pages; no such luck.
Elena
Sep 04, 2012 rated it did not like it
I couldn't finish the book. I got tired after 135 pages of the main character complaints.
Raki.nikahetiya
Aug 13, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Passionately written story of a 21st century Odyssey. Get it. Read it. Love it!
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Branko Jovanovski leads a self-imposed lifestyle. 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 li ...more
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