Sometimes when I’m Dreaming

November 2015

Tritonic publishing house

226 pag.

ISBN 978-606-749-060-2


A young Indonesian student becomes pregnant. Her desire to keep her child turns out to be a problem in a society where women rights is still fighting against prejudices. Abandoned by the father of the child who is not prepared to take on such a responsibility, the young woman has a choice between two equally difficult choices: to go home where she knows the family will condemn her, or to try to live alone in a big city, which involves giving up the studies and looking for a job.

It is a book about the dreams we go with, about growing up, about the choices we make in life, and, last but not least, about what love actually means.

It was the best-selling volume of the Tritonic Kashmir collection in 2016.

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