"The Khayyam : Love & Life & Spirit" is a simple like a smooth stone and complex like a rich wine. It flows warmly over the tongue and stings bitterly at the back of the throat. Telling the too-long untold story of the Iranian poet Omar Khayyam, one of the most deeply misunderstood artists in Eastern history, it harnesses a literary oblivion into a slim volume. Yalsızuçanlar offers in a novel format, a narrow spiral staircase downward into the mind of one of the great geniuses of the east. In a cryptic style of cutting-edge Turkish literature, this text never reads the same way twice, and becomes only more complex as more subtleties which were previously lost in the corner of the reader’s eye are illuminated.