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bojan

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I graduated in Computer Science at Imperial College - London, UK, worked as a steel trader, property dealer, director of modeling agency (www.ievemodels.com), owner and main editor of lifestyle magazine (IEVE magazine) and in the past three years have built a steel mill in Serbia where I am also currently the production manager and deputy general director (www.metalfer.net).
Archeology is my hobby and on the expedition in Bosnia along with Sam Osmanagic (author of The Alternative History, The World of the Maya, The Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids, etc.) in April 2005, we discovered the first known European pyramids - www.piramidasunca.ba (the discovery has been confirmed by the world's most honorable scientists from Egypt, Russia, China and Europe). Currently I am the honorable board member of the foundation leading the excavation project.

favourite books

Dictionary of The Khazars - Milorad Pavic
The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho
Life After Death - Deepak Chopra
Master and Margarita - Mikhail Bulgakov

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The Twelfth House

Bojan Zecevic

Death awards John with mindreading.
The ancient sword awakes Aleksandra's pastlife memories.
David is after ancient civilisation's secrets. The race for survival is on.


When John Stiles is severely injured in a Karate bout, he returns from his near death experience with a new gift - the ability to read minds. After being chased by the secret police through the streets of Munich, he escapes to Cairo.
At the same time in London, after seeing the ancient sword in the antique shop window, Aleksandra experiences an unbearable headache and collapses. The unexplainable fear and the sudden wave of strange visions from ancient times persuade her to undergo regressive hypnosis. Revelations change her and she is urged on a quest to Egypt.
Meanwhile, Egyptian scientists in The Great Pyramid at Giza try to penetrate and see what lay behind The Second Door. Could it be the key that would solve the mystery of The Ancient World?
David, New York tycoon, controlling an intricate network of underground societies is also on the quest to discover a closely-guarded secret that had lain hidden for centuries - an ancient piece of knowledge left behind by an advanced civilization holding the key to absolute power and understanding of life.
Here the race for knowledge and survival heats up, from ancient Babylon and Egypt via medieval Europe to modern-day world.

 

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I wrote 1397 days ago

It is a bit of a let down, after 5 months of hard work at Authonomy, to receive a vague review, only a quarter of a page long. At least I would have expected to get some specific critiques - not the line as "This novel would need a lot of structural reworking in particular with characterisation, pac... view book

I wrote 1453 days ago

Mark, This is a fine collection of fascinating stories depicting great people and history in the a new and very interesting light. I enjoyed it immensly. It made me remember other similar stories involving Napoleon and the rule of driving on the right side, Dom Perignon's life struggle to elimina... view book

I wrote 1535 days ago

Denise, Thank you very much for the comment. Here are my clarifications: 1. I mentioned the commentator's strong German accent, although the world championships were held in Munich, it is still international competition and the anouncing could have been by someone with the strong Spanish acce... view book

I wrote 1556 days ago

Almuth, I liked the way you introduced us to your MC. She is obviously lonely and you presented it very well with her talking to the toys and hoping to get some magic out of the book she bought. Your descriptions are vivid but in some cases, in my opinion, are overdone (making the tea). You g... view book

I wrote 1600 days ago

Nick, This is great flowless writing. The story gripped me from the begining. I read first 8 chapters and particularly liked the part with Lars, black beauty camel, Ebro and Jawad. "She bit her lip, and held her wild hands prisoners on her lap" must be comming from gifted writer. Shelved. ... view book

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