The world of a child is one of wonder, one of intrigue and mystery. A world of obviousness and quick reasoning, where absolutes are the norm, and the ambiguity of adulthood have not yet invaded.
When looking back, some things come into a sharper reality, while others only grow more mysterious.
Explore post-World War II London in this true story - not through the eyes of ambiguity, but through the absolutes; through innocence of a child, and experience a world that has not long passed.
ISBN : 978-1-80074-220-8
Pages : 156
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Marek Nowina (pronounced Noh-Vee-Nah) is the pen name used by Marek Janota-Bzowski. Born into a Polish family that found themselves in England after the War, he was educated at Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School, University College and Kings College, all in London, and, following ten years in commerce, became a teacher of mathematics in both London and Boston, Massachusetts. With a varied career, his main focus has been as a promotor and producer, be it of youthful intellect or of musical talent and, as a writer, he has written theatrical reviews for the Jamaica Plain Gazette and published in the Mathematical Review.
From Bottom Lawn to Top Gate is his second literary endeavour, the first having been A Field in Arlon (AuthorHouse 2007).