Prasvapa

Prasvapa

Prasvapa With his first book written in English Chand Svare Ghei the writer of the Norwegian M rket H pet series makes his debut on the international market Prasvapa is a fleeting adventure through consciou

  • Title: Prasvapa
  • Author: Chand Svare Ghei
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • With his first book written in English, Chand Svare Ghei, the writer of the Norwegian M rket H pet series, makes his debut on the international market Prasvapa is a fleeting adventure through consciousness while witting tales unfold between the layers of reality and dreams It is a short story collection, which explores the limitless nature between the known and the uWith his first book written in English, Chand Svare Ghei, the writer of the Norwegian M rket H pet series, makes his debut on the international market Prasvapa is a fleeting adventure through consciousness while witting tales unfold between the layers of reality and dreams It is a short story collection, which explores the limitless nature between the known and the undisclosed, the consciousness and the various states of trance and dream It experiments with the short story format, while providing seduction and surprise Prasvapa includes the unofficial Elite universe story Lost, astray and all alone Prasvapa is an unofficial sister product to the Tale Spinners Signposts Signposts Corey Introduction by Klaus Tvedt.

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    Short story collections unified by a common theme are typical creations; but what gives Prasvapa its unique flavor isn't its story structures or protagonists, but its ethereal, surrealistic air that contributes an atmosphere of surprise to its dream-like descriptions.In short, readers expecting linear short stories will find that the strength in Prasvapa lies not in predictability nor even in plot or action, but in creating scenarios that describe and support the concept of "prasvapa" ("consciou [...]

    Reviewed for readers favoritePrasvapa is Norwegian author Chand Svare Ghei's English language debut. A collection of short stories that is an exercise of imagination, from To Kill a Christmas Tree, a tale told from a young boy's point of view. It manages to capture the innocent determination of childhood while throwing in a bittersweet twist.Each tale is accompanied by an illustration created by Katarina Sand Midtlyng, and while most of the stories are stand alone with the exception of Ghei's s [...]

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