Young Adult Books (ages 12+)Novels

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Neslihan Acu

Editor: Müren Beykan

How possible is it to make a new start?

Loved for her books that reflect her deep observation ability, contemporary author Neslihan Acu tells the entertaining story of a family that clings to each other in difficult times in her new novel. Leaving behind the luxurious life in the city, the family’s journey to nature is based on realistic characters. While handling the subtle details about today’s Turkey, she presents an up to date photograph and increases the dose of social criticism with humour. Like in her earlier young adult novel Z-Age Loneliness (Z Yalnızlığı), published by ON8 and attracted the attention of young readers, in this new novel again Acu makes her readers to think about consumption, country life, wealth-poverty and she plants undying seeds about friendship, life and solidarity. A novel that holds on to the hope of having a fresh start against all odds and remaining together!


While the Gümüşsoy Family’s father Engin was busy with his textile business, all the other members were busy with living a luxurious life! The lifestyles of mother Seval and their elder daughter Burcu was full of consumption and arrogance; credit cards, expensive cars, luxurious house, jewelleries, private schools and expensive vacations abroad … Then one day, all were gone. They had to escape. They had to live in a village for the first time in their lives and only thing they brought with them was their urban habits. But was it possible for them to survive in the nature, holding on to the trees, earth and good emotions?

Neslihan Acu

Neslihan Acu

She was born in İstanbul. She graduated from Boğaziçi University’s Industrial Engineering department in 1982. She started her writing career during her university years. She had also translation studies and some of her translations took place in literary magazines of those years. She worked as a journalist at İzmir Life magazine. She wrote articles for various web sites and newspapers. In 2011, she presented a literature-based TV programme named “Book Club” and she hosted many authors. Her first novels were […]
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2nd edition


284 pages
120x180 mm
1st edition: 2019
3rd edition: 2021
ISBN: 978-605-9405-99-7
Barcode: 978 605 9405 997


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