Books by Kapka Kassabova

BORDER by Kapka Kassabova
Released: Sept. 5, 2017

"A dreamlike account that subtly draws readers into the author's ambivalent experience of a homeland that has changed almost beyond recognition."
A writer who has lived in Scotland for many years chronicles her return to her birthplace to explore the idea and reality of boundaries between nations. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 1, 2009

"Delves deeply into memory, history and imagination."
A well-wrought memoir about growing up in Bulgaria during the dreary Communist years. Read full book review >
LOVE IN THE LAND OF MIDAS by Kapka Kassabova
Released: Aug. 15, 2001

"Generally well-written despite occasional howlers ('questions stumbled into each other and fell collectively down the gutter of her logic'), but the plotting is heavy-handed and the motivations often those of daytime drama."
The Bulgarian-born New Zealander's second novel (after Reconnaissance, 2000, not reviewed): a flawed tale of star-crossed lovers in war-torn Greece. Read full book review >