The Right Place it’s a slice of life that crosses two different historical periods, from the cold years of Communism to the tumultuous years of infant Democracy.
It’s life as it was and as it is for real people living in Romania. Abused children forgotten by the system, parents sacrificing their lives so their children can have a better chance, teenagers emerging from the constraints of a dictatorship, of the everyone spies on everyone way of living, into the chaos of free market and total indifference. It’s raw, bloody, painful and sweet life with all the choices we have to make, the good ones and the bad ones mashed together into one messy existence.
The destiny of several people crossing their paths affecting and pushing each other, living and dying. It’s mostly about living, but dying it’s a necessary part of it.
If you like brutal realism and uninhibited romance, this book is for you.