These are the people that will always believe that it may be changed because it is like a strip of sand, which remains after the tide at the seashore and is different every time.
Part of those people is this couple – two young companions, who can still love and have their dreams. They are gazing at the profound essence of the world’s earthly, human time as well as the one of eternity within them, the heart one.
A criss-cross of interweaving roads leads them far away but only a single one brings them back home.
Quite often it turns out that it is in fact the longest, really arduous and sometimes the loneliest one. When taking a look at signs in life, we can see the recollections of anguish or short-lived happiness and bliss.
Nevertheless, they will always be seeking their home or perhaps the family warmth the way they remember it, that is, their hearth.
In the course of time, they will realise that it is no longer there, but has turned into an unfamiliar place of lost feelings.
About the author
Boyko Georgiev Ovcharov is an MBA graduate of the University of Buckingham, the United Kingdom (2002). In 2003 he also completed his scientific (MPhil) research work in the field of ICT in view of societal and economic change at the same academic institution. Besides, he holds a Master's degree in International Economic Relations from the University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria (1999). Regarding his professional experience, Mr. Ovcharov has been working for more than 10 years now, including managerial positions in Business Development Departments at international ICT companies in Bulgaria. At present, he is a full-time lecturer in management and marketing, business and general English for students and professionals, involving preparatory work for exams and certificate courses, such as: IELTS, SAT, TOEFL, GMAT, FCE, CAE, CPE etc. Life after Life has been Boyko's first/debut book, whereas Wandering Feelings is his second one, a heartfelt novel. Yet, in the near future he envisages publishing some more and bigger titles due to the fairly good reception so far. Acknowledgements to all people who have encouraged this author!
They come to England and both study at University, fulfilling their dreams but losing their family ties in the process. However, rather than become un-tethered, they cleave together in the most touching way. Small things like presents, kisses and looking at flowers fill them, and the reader, with delight.
I found the prose style a little tricky to follow in places and one or two items of grammar may or may not be intentionally jarring, but overall, a delightful and easy read,. I recommend this.