The Son follows one night in the life of a hero with no name, a writer whose life is falling apart. That afternoon, his wife left him, while for many years he has been in conflict with his father, who blames him for his mother's death. Incapable of finding inner calm, he leaves into the warm, Mediterranean night, in the city of Ulcinj, itself a multilayered mixture of European dimensions, African influences, and the communist past. The hero of The Son is a man who can't adapt to new times and rules. On his journey into the night, he meets an assortment of characters: a piano student from Vienna who has abandoned his musical career and converted to Islam, a radical Christian preacher and a group of refugees from Kosovo. In the style of Mihail Bulgakov, the characters meet in the old city of Ulcinj, at the Square of the Slaves - a location where the pirates who lived in the city until the 19th century would bring and sell captured slaves, including Miguel de Cervantes, according to legend.
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Andrej Nikolaidis je rođen 1974. u Sarajevu. Napisao je romane Mimesis, Sin, Dolazak, Odlaganje. Parezija, ogled Homo Sucker: Poetika Apokalipse i još nekoliko knjiga. Dobitnik je nagrade Evropske unije za književnost 2011. Njegovi romani objavljeni su na četrnaest evropskih jezika, između ostalih engleski, njemački, italijanski i turski.