You know it – some books are so riveting that you savour every word, from the beginning to the very end, a feedback that makes an author feel over the moon. “Contraband of Oranges” and “The Code of the Lithuanian”, two bestselling books about Lithuanian ancestors’ lives by Gediminas Kulikauskas, historian by profession, were one of my best reads ever. Their author, who has two other, less famous books under his belt, “Electricity boycott” and “The Republic against Moscow”, spoke about literary success, other quests and himself.
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