‘Mojag is perhaps the same person like we all are, but he has the courage and the honesty to write his own reality. And Mojag’s honesty is what makes readers find themselves in his actions, in his unbiased feelings, in his lust for life, in his quest for freedom, in his restless character. Neither a hero, nor a spineless cord, Mojag is someone that we all claim we are not. And Indifferent is a story so real that it can be touched.’
Mojag is in his early twenties, as he is leaving his homeland to seek for better opportunities in a distant world. His painful, almost martyr-like departure from his family, his shaken relationship with his girlfriend – his first love, and the warmth of his home initiate a beginning of coping with realities of the imaginary roller-coaster called life. Finding himself in a position of a wanderer, he soon realizes that being away from the warmth of his home is not the only cause of his own misery, but his reluctance to a natural change in life. The mental evolution of his character is what he is unconsciously aspiring to achieve. That is the only objective goal. His girlfriend, his comfort, his friends, his family are vivid aids in his quest of life; the foreign land of his childhood dreams only his playground.
By: Branko Jovanovski
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