It starts with little things: Konrad Lang mistakenly puts his briefcase in the fridge. Soon he forgets the name of the woman he wants to marry. The more the illness – Alzheimer’s – steals his recent memory, the more strongly early memories return. And that worries an old lady with millions, who Konrad has been linked to since his childhood in a highly unusual way.
Small World by Martin Suter has been translated to Bosnian by Mira Đorđević under the title Mali svijet, published by Rabic, Sarajevo, to Romanian by Herta Spuhn under the title Small World, published by Humanitas, Bucharest, and to Macedonian by Iva Fidancheva under the title Small world, published by Goten, Skopje.