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by Loren Robb

  • ISBN: 0961549742
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Author: Loren Robb
  • Subcategory: Relationships
  • Other formats: lrf lit rtf azw
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: MindGlow Media (November 15, 2007)
  • Pages: 60 pages
  • FB2 size: 1555 kb
  • EPUB size: 1958 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 488
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First written by New Zealand film maker Loren Robb in 1989 during a four-month journey to meet again the boy who had changed his life, Kolya was published as two long articles in mainstream newspapers and magazines in New Zealand. The original art The remarkable and true story of a man from the West, a boy from arctic Siberia, and the impact they had on each other s lives.

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Robb's book brought a lot of what I already suspected into focus and taught me A LOT about WHY eating paleo works. He cites both anthropological and biochemical evidence to support the plan in an easy to understand, fun read.

Loren AKA Loren Robb is a pedophile from New Zealand who serves as a Director on Boylover. net, one of the most well established pedophile web sites on the internet. He was the third person to join the site at it's inception and has served as an administrator and mentor to many of his fellow pedophiles on the site. He is also a long time member of BoyChat, although he no longer posts there as a regular member.

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The remarkable and true story of a man from the West, a boy from arctic Siberia, and the impact they had on each other s lives. First written by New Zealand film maker Loren Robb in 1989 during a four-month journey to meet again the boy who had changed his life, Kolya was published as two long articles in mainstream newspapers and magazines in New Zealand. The original articles and some updates have since been published elsewhere as well, and in recent years have featured on websites. This slim book brings both articles together for the first time, and features a wide selection of photographs taken in arctic Siberia when Loren Robb met Kolya in 1987 and again in New Zealand when he brought the boy to the South Pacific in 1989. Kolya features 28 pages of spectacular full color photos.
Reviews about Kolya (2):
Gann
Spend a few months on Mars, then bring a small Martian back with you to show him your home world. That's what New Zealand film-maker Loren Robb did, and the fascinating story is told with warmth, wit and gentle humanity in his new book `Kolya'.

While shooting a TV documentary series on life in the USSR, Loren and his crew travelled to every corner of the vast Soviet estate and finally, in 1987, to a remote Arctic village in Siberia. Here he met Kolya, an intelligent, alert but solitary 13-year-old.

The first half of this too-short book recounts a westerner's impressions of life on the Northernmost margins of Eurasia, where the trees outnumber humans many thousands to one. Loren's team were the first westerners ever to be seen in Kolya's tiny, self-sufficient community, and this meeting of alien cultures is sometimes poignant, sometimes comic, always absorbing.

Separated from his own family, Kolya was an outsider himself, but his ravenous interest in the other-worldly technology of these visitors, and his need for a human warmth so far missing in his life, drew him into a close but fragile attachment to Loren.

A year later, back in New Zealand, Loren secured permission from the Soviet authorities to bring the boy on a holiday to his own country. The visit created a media sensation, and made a bemused TV celebrity out of Kolya. So the second half of this book turns the mirror around, and details the boy's first encounter with an alien way of life: a world of faceless crowds, electric lights, consumption for consumption's sake, elevators, plumbing, animals not for eating.

Illustrated with Loren's own photographs, `Kolya' is an intimate cameo of a warm relationship from opposite ends of the globe. Refreshing, candid, this small book is a window between two cultures, two ways of living, two sympathetic people. With so much talk of the `global village', it's nice to be reminded our world is still capable of surprising itself. I recommend it highly.
Mitynarit
A wonderfully realistic, warningly engaging, very well written, clearly genuine true short story. The ending tapers off in a way that perhaps only genuine true life stories can -- no big climax, just life continuing as it ought. This is an account of a western man's surprising discovery of a "son he never had" in the remotest parts of the planet, from his perspective. It struck me as a soulful reminder just how "plastic" modern big city society can be -- and yet, just how human we can all be underneath it all, if we can only allow it. Though he might not have agreed, Kolya's early life, certainly as told through this story showed me an example of the kind of life we should all at least experience. It was a fascinating excursion and thoroughly worth the purchase.

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