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The Colours of Love-bookcover

By: Dragan Cvetkovic Kaspar

The Colours of Love

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The Colours of Love is a real-life testimony on how a life should be lived and how it should not. It recounts my love for my parents, love for a woman that I loved more than my life, love for my daughter, friends, love for the countries where I lived. Love, crime and science-fiction-like experience, triggered by delusions and hallucinations, are interwoven in this narrative of life.

I wrote this book when I was 55 years old, as a culmination of my life. It recounts my utmost remorse for the things that I did, but I should not have done, and for things that I did not do, but I should have done. The consequences of my decisions resulted in extraordinary loss of property, physical and intellectual. I lost my share in five houses and one apartment; I lost my profession, my wife, my daughter, my social status and freedom. None of this was my desire. Why did this happen to me? I had all prerequisites to live a successful and wealthy life. My father was a medical doctor, my mother was a piano teacher; I was a medical doctor; my wife was a medical doctor. I had permanent residency permits in two countries, Sweden and Australia. However, I ended up in prison with almost nothing.

The book is written for adolescents who are just about to face challenges of their lives. It is also aimed at adults, as a mirror of how good or bad their lives are compared to a non-standard life.

Dragan Cvetkovic Kaspar was born in 1960 in Serbia. He is a qualified medical doctor. He also holds Master of Science degree in Immunology, from the University of East London, and postgraduate diploma in Jurisprudence, from the Faculty of Law, University of Sydney. He left Serbia in 1991, and lived in Sweden with his wife and daughter for 7 years, until 1998, when he and his family immigrated into Australia as skilled migrants. He is an Australian Citizen since year 2000. He wrote this book, The Colours of Love, in about 180 hours, over 35 days, whilst he was in prison.

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