It was intended as a short trip – to visit his brother owing a gas station in the steppes of Donbass. However, once he finds himself in the city of his childhood, German gets stuck in the local landscape virtually forever. The brother disappears, local mafia fancy his business, old friends do strange things... Gera is supposed to decide on the shaky reality, the past that mightily burst into his life, and on the future, about which there are some doubts... This novel has it all: Gypsies, raiders, the steppe, dilapidated buildings, endless road, football battles, friends of youth, women, sex, alcohol, memories of childhood dreams, and, of course, jazz. For, as the protagonist puts it, you should listen to the music that you like. Just do not give your headphones to strangers."
Type of the edition: hard cover
Format: 128x200 mm
Number of pages: 320
Publisher: Bookclub, Kharkiv