Peeter Urm
Doctor Harri Rävel

Intellectual medicine novel that concentrates on a romance between a doctor and a patient. Doctor Rävel whose marriage is about to break begins to treat a patient called Rita who is an artist. The relationship develops and becomes tense … There is no good solution.


The youth play where different world-views and values collide.


Lii Tanner
The time of choices

The main character Maria stands in "The time of choices" on the crossroad of the life. She has to find a job and to solve for herself the questions why she has so little interest on men and how to learn to accept herself as a lesbian. The life in the modern Estonia brings Maria to a lot of dizzy situations. Parallel with Maria's searches there are also the attempts of her daughter Melissa and her friend Virve to find the happiness.
In addition to "The time of choices" the reader finds between these covers also short prose by Lii Tanner.


Keith Aimre
Beautiful Babyss

Keith's ego has been damaged heavily and the person who is guilty is Babyss - an engaging manipulator.
The man swears to revenge and starts to follow the beauty. Babyss gets caught by Keith at the most helpless moment.
The woman who knows the language of primitive instincts deals once again the cards - according to her own rules. Who will win?


The debut novel by Juune Holvandus
Do you already have a Boyfriend?

Teacher Ann feels that she needs a change in her routine and grizzly life in a small place - the school has bored her and the husband Jaak has gone to Prague with a female neighbour.
A letter from her former friend Sandra brings fresh air she vanished from Ann's life by emigrating to England.
"In England work and talent is evaluated," writes Sandra and promises to share all good changes with Ann. She has only to show up...
The desired change begins.
Is the happiness in London easier to find than in an Estonian country school?
(The author wrote the novel parallel with her post-graduate work that researched the adoption of the lifestyle and of the cultural context in the new location country.)


Uido Truija
The Princess of Kurzeme

It is an historical novel about Livonian seafarers who begin their journey in 1649 departing from the coast of Kura in order to establish colonies in Africa and in the Antilles in the name of Livonia's duke Jacob von Kettler.
This long sailing means battles against pirates and illnesses, beautiful foreign countries with their exotic nature, relationships between men on a restricted territory and natives they meet in the countries to be colonised and who have unusual habits and customs.
In addition to the black continent the former Livonia (or the present areas of Estonia and Latvia) also becomes closer and more beloved than ever.
At the end of the book the author makes a little historical excursion bringing out the historical background of the described events. In addition there is also a small marine glossary.


Uido Truija

Popullo Boticelano is a leading person in a big bank and he plans an imminent political career. Caterina is an actress. They are young and in love, professional and successful. They are expecting their first child.
Only one moment destroys their happiness. Popullo loses everything…
After this Popullo sees the life without the filter of success. Mental power and acquired knowledge have been lost. The family and the friends have been lost. Love remains only as a memory and the economical security has become the past.
The life continues also in the world where the food is found in the waste bin and where there are tramps, thieves and businessmen of organs acting.
Feelings and thoughts have their place also in places where the bread is a rarity and where the sun does not shine. Despite the position and the cloths the human nature is relatively similar both in palace and in jail.


Uido Truija
The virgin of Livonia

"The Virgin of Livonia", a novel by Uido Truija embraces the history of Estonia and Livonia from the beginning of written history until 1991, when Estonia was declared a republic. The book is dedicated to the Livonians who no longer exist as a nation.
The development and perishing of Livonia is a part of the whole history of Europe, as well as the tribulations that seized Estonia. As an odd paradox, the written history of Estonians and Livonians starts with bringing Christianity to these countries - with which the story of their tribulations begins as well. But is history not filled with paradoxes…?
Uido Truija is a skilful storyteller. He neither judges nor looks for excuses - from his book the reader will find out what the maze of history brought to the people of that time, who had to manage without the help of great leaders or even despite of them.
The author has filled a huge gap in the approach of historical writings, trying to tell the events through the eyes of women who lived, loved and raised children at that time. The women described are peasant women, city-girls and noble ladies - each one of them having their own role in the process of history. The 13 chapters of the novel have been named after women. Each chapter is tied to one woman: the woman having her own name, dreams, hopes, and destiny.
Women do not give birth to their sons to send them away to war, exhorts the author. Every woman wishes subconsciously that her son, when grown into a man, would offer the opposite sex the same happiness that his mother had experienced which resulted in giving birth to him.
In addition to the emotional inspiration the "The Virgin of Livonia" has educational value as well. Even though the main characters are literary, the author has originated from the real historical events in his descriptions and chronology of events. Thus the novel can also be recommended to students who wish to understand their own country's and the smaller European countries' history better as well as the pristine nature of the culture of these countries.
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About the author

Uido Truija comes from South Estonia.
Uido Truija is known as a lawyer as well as a skilful novel writer. Before "The Virgin of Livonia" he has written three literary works and about ten handbooks on law.

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