100 Days by Sandor Tomin Sandor Tomin''s heroic anti-addiction odyssey will take you to a stunning world of realism that has been missing from today''s literature for decades. At a time when no best-seller can possibly be imagined without highly fictive sex, crime, fantasy scenes or secret codes, the author of 100 Days undertakes to simply document the events of his working days while giving up cigarette smoking in a remote corner of Western Asia. His unpretentious claim that he has only written a diary about quitting smoking is more than an understatement. As the journal unfolds, his natural talent for story-telling will turn stiff documentary into a plausible, fiction-like saga, real-life characters into novel-like heroes and plain, monotonous backgrounds into fascinating, meaningful landscapes. Mr. Tomin''s masterpiece is realistic but entertaining, loaded with everyday scenes that are sadly true but hilariously comical, written in a style that is politically correct and outrageously revealing at the same time.