Books written by J. F. Damian rank to two categories:

The first category – Art Literature – focuses on deeper ideas, spiritual life or questions all people have in mind – whether consciously or not. You can read a delicate story of author’s pilgrimage from Auschwitz to his home or a novel about the innate dictator everyone of us has inside.

The second category, Guilty Pleasure, means exactly what its name suggests. Here, the author writes stories with no special artistic ambitions or goals. A frightening horror story from a cursed cave, a parody to the Bible, a thriller revolving around presidential election in the U.S. or a detective story from Transylvania, writing these books have brought J. F. Damian a huge pleasure, and let’s hope they will please the reader in the same manner.

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Going Home

A book that responds to the question, ‘Where was God in Auschwitz’, in an unexpected way.

Pieta & Hope

A depply metaphoric, timeless story of an innate dictator in everyone of us.

Day of Wrath

A terrifying horror from a cave, where nobody stays alive!

Greatest Secred Revealed!

A parody on stories from the Bible and deep-rooted ideas of life in heaven.

Hitting the Poll’s Eye

An exciting, unorthodox thriller, based on presidential election in the U.S.

Almost Zero Chances

A frightening noir story from Transylvania. Try to guess who is the killer.