WHO THE (bleep) STOLE MY SHVYZONITE?!

 

FRIDAY MORNING THIS GUY WOKE UP – AND HIS SHVYZONITE WAS GONE!

These are the opening words of an intriguing, often hilarious mystery-and-romance story of one very strange weekend.

“This guy” is no other than Nate David Romanoff, a brilliant American programmer working in the beautiful city of Kirovograd, Ukraine. But, despite his brilliance, Nate cannot figure out what the hell is a “Shvyzonite” – and why it was stolen from him (was it really?)

While feverishly running through a maze of clues, and running into some of the weirdest characters in town, he also bumps into a mysterious Fantasy Babe, or more correctly, she bumps into him…

Is she the girl of his dreams?
Or his DEATH SENTENCE?
And what’s with the 29-this and 29-that numbers that keep coming up wherever he turns?


“I laughed, I cried, couldn’t stop reading cover to cover… You must read this book!”
          —Important Newspaper
“Don’t read this book.”
          —Not So Important Newspaper
“Plain stupid!”
          —Worthless Newspaper

       “This book is no ordinary work but a graphical one – a tasteful combination of textual fiction and comics. Almost a visual novella, because the text is handsomely decorated and enhanced with genuine photos of places where the story takes place, artistic text, as well as original cartoons and many other graphic elements. Hey, even the story itself weaves in and out of the colorful pictures, making it a delightful reading experience – for your own joy and for inspiring others.”

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Keywords: shvyzonite, mystery, romantic, sci-fi, adventure, travel, computer, programmer, books, bookstore, ukraine, russia, kirovograd, luck generator, dream, ozzie freedom, bleep, lorem ipsum
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