by Eve Koguce
Merge” is an inspirational thought-provoking futuristic fantasy
romance novel. The story of fated lovers developed against a backdrop
of a new post-apocalyptic world painted in bright tones. A fortuitous
meeting of Tauria, an independent woman living in one utopian-style
world, and Doron from high society of the other world, is destined to
be the new beginning for both worlds.
Tauria, aged 32, lives in the society that seems to believe that happiness is a universal concept. People, who had survived the near apocalyptic experience, have built a whole new world full of pleasure and easiness. It is designed to make everyone feel happy every minute of their lives. Work brings satisfaction, hobbies are encouraged, relationships are supposed to bring out only positive emotions. Does it matter that things that don’t fit into the general happy pattern get discarded and disappear? Things like friendship and commitment. Things like true love. It is supposed to be enough with lightness and never-ending joy.
But there are two worlds now. They are forced to exist side by side. Can they find a way to live together?
The Chinese proverb says: “When the winds of change blow, some people build walls and others build windmills.” What will the people of two worlds, so utterly different and at the same time so similar, choose?
Koguce has been in love with books for as long as she remembers
herself. The typewriter her first attempts at writing had been made
at still sits proudly on its shelf in the basement. After fifteen
years spent trying to fit into the office work pattern, Eve Koguce
had decided to pursue her dreams and turned to writing.
Eve Koguce lives on the coast of the Baltic Sea with her husband, her son, and their exceedingly charming ginger cat. She loves nature, history, and literature. Her hobby - and a childhood dream that came true - is horse riding.
The release of this second edition of "Neglected Merge" is a tribute to all those readers, who read the first edition and connected with the story and the characters.