by Artem Chekh
The book is a first person account of a soldier’s journey, and is based on Artem Chekh’s diary that he wrote while and after his service in the war in Donbas.
“Absolute Zero is a reminder that even in frozen conflicts there is life and movement. While the interest of the wider world dwindles, hopes for ceasefires ebb and flow; while politics cycles through tragedy and farce, warm young blood must still pump through the frontlines. Chekh reminds us – as a soldier, but also as a writer who wrote before war and will write after war – that it is for the young people trapped in the war that everything freezes.”
Thom Dinsdale, East-West Review
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