ON8 (15+)Novels

Saklı Bahar
Missing Spring

Çiğdem Sezer

Editor: Müren Beykan

Sometimes your past becomes your future…

In her new novel, while skilfully narrating the life of four youngsters who are trying to shape their future, Sezer is taking a photo of today’s Turkey. The book that eases the heavy themes like forced marriage, parental pressure and forced displacement with hope and love, is reminding the reader about the importance of courage and moving on against all odds. A fascinating story woven with sentimental details, music and poetry.

Overview

Bahar’s mind is busy with questioning how she can construct a good future in her life full of constraints. While studying for the university entrance exam, she dreams about her platonic love Umut. Merve who’s having problems with her dominating parents and Cihan whose only dream is to enter the university are her best friends. A message coming from an unexpected person disrupts her steady life. Opening of the old wounds of her family lead to the start of unexpected clashes and confrontations.

Çiğdem Sezer
AUTHOR

Çiğdem Sezer

Born in Trabzon, Turkey, Sezer graduated from Ankara Gevher Nesibe Health Education Institute. She worked as a nurse and a teacher. Her poems were published in various literary magazines such as Kıyı, Karşı, Çağdaş Türk Dili and Varlık. After her first book of poems Kanadı Atlas Kuşlar (1991), she received Dünya Book Magazine Poetry Award for Çılgın Su (1993), Orhon Murat Arıburnu Poetry Award for Bir Şehrin Hatıra Fotoğraflarından (1998), 2006 Ceyhun Atuf Kansu Poetry Award for Dünya Tutulması (2005) […]
 Go to the Author

Other books from the same author

1. edition
3. edition
7. edition

Specifications

148 pages
120x180 mm
1. edition: 2017
ISBN: 978-605-9405-38-6
Barcode: 978 605 9405 386

Themes

solidarityfamilyimmigrationsecretsdeathfirst lovedomestic violencefriendshipaccidentworkingdisappointment

Scroll to Top