Karga Feramuz’un Aşkı
1st edition
Bridge Books (10+)Novels

Karga Feramuz’un Aşkı
THE LOVE OF FERAMUZ THE CROW

Nazlı Eray

Editor: Semih Gümüş
Prepared by: Müren Beykan

Crazy, funny, unexpected...
A museum piece story beyond time!

Nazlı Eray has authored the 25th book of the award-winning Bridge Books collection.

Nazlı Eray, the fantasy master of Turkish contemporary literature, has authored the 25th book of the Bridge Books collection, edited by Semih Gümüş. The novel, which traces a different love from the gardens of a mansion to the corridors of a museum, presents a mysterious world through the eyes of a child. It is an unforgettable novel between the past and the present with its passionate and extraordinary heroes, which makes you feel the power of emotions that transcend time.

Overview

Reading the diary that has fallen from the tree, Nazlı finds out that the eighty-year-old Feramuz the Crow is in love with the owner of the mansion. She befriends with the gatekeeper of the Istanbul Archeology Museum and the Pharaoh Skeleton. Venus, Egyptian slave and all the other statues who want to be free decide to leave the museum, wishing to live in Istanbul. Agrippina from the Crying Women Sarcophagus has also found a job in the mansion in Erenköy. Will the statues return to the museum and will Nazlı be able to help the heartbroken Crow?..

Nazlı Eray
AUTHOR

Nazlı Eray

Nazlı Eray was born in Ankara. After studying law in Istanbul University Faculty of Law, she worked as a translator at the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. She has been a columnist for various newspapers. Eray, one of the founders of the Turkish Authors Association, is a member of the Writers Syndicate of Turkey and PEN International. She took part in The International Writing Program of University of Iowa. She stepped into the world of literature with her story Mösyö […]
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Memet Fuat Yayıncılık
Ödülü 2010

 

Specifications

180 pages
130x195 mm
1st edition: 2022
ISBN: 978-605-7797-57-5
Barcode: 978-605-7797-575

Themes

museumhistorymysteryarcheologycommunicationtheftmansionlovediarylegendslettermummysarcophagusIstanbul

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