True stories – Value of the Salt
When I was a kid and my grandma was still alive, my parents often left me to stay in her care. Naturally a grandmother always thinks her grandchild has not eaten enough, so she cooked and baked a lot for me when I was with her. (more…)
In my first novel,
The Good, the Bad and the Beast, or Angela, as it has been published in Hungary in its original Hungarian, my disposition as a biologist is also apparent in the desctiptions of landscapes, animals and the interaction among people and cultures.
I lead the protagonists – and the reader – across several cultures, from Hungary through Italy to Tibet and Nepal, in vivid images of the customs and the locals, who may never know what lurks behind the corner, or the façade of the main characters.