The writer depicts the dangerous adventures of his childhood and youth in Second World War Hungary under Fascism, the eventful years full of humorous moments in the post-war communist dictatorship, and the interesting stories of his career in Canada since 1957. Reading the book is remembrance and amusement, tears and laughter, nostalgia and excitement with ironic, sometimes sarcastic humor. He looked death in the face as a child, who had to grow up suddenly, and did the same, later as a pathologist, as well. His unique way of looking at all the things he had to face in his life led him to the firm conviction: “In all of us DOES EXIST the ability to survive. We are almost invincible. We can survive anything, except our death.”
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