Mehmet battles for daily survival in the murky Istanbul of 1951 while being forced to learn the craft of theft and violence alongside the other street children. Come evening, he curls up under a stinking jetty in a waterway off the Bosporus Strait. Desperation fills him as he yearns to break free from the life inflicted on him by his drunken, womanizing father, little knowing that his rotting body lies at the bottom of those same waters.
Adulthood comes before Mehmet finds out that it wasn't fate that had taken control when he was a boy, but a very real nemesis. But is it too late? Can he yet turn things around and get his life back?
©2015 Rik Stone (P)2016 Rik Stone
Desperation, violence, flashbacks.
It was obviously Mehmet as he finds his way through the world of crime, sex trafficking and survival. He learns to work the system and becomes a thief working with his gang.
I'd have to say Ozel as he works these young children into the world of theft and violence.
Mehmet. The reason being you meet Mehmet as a young boy and follow his survival through the streets of Istanbul.
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