I can talk a lot about this person. But I will not. Better yet, find his books, The Dance of Death – The Diary of a Donbas Battalion Volunteer, and Fugue 119 in the tone of captivity. And you will understand everything yourself. I would like to add that this is the second book in so much time, after the Ilovaysk Diary, by Roman Zinenko, that impressed me.
So talented to describe events comparing them to music, I have not read. Every shot is an onslaught, on a piano key, every whistle of a bullet, it’s a violin part, every explosion, it’s an organ. And you will feel it all. And then, there will be silence. The silence of captivity. Silence that will break the storm again.
Glad to meet you!