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‘The Lost Bible’ by Igor Bergler, represented by the giant Trident Media Group

One of the biggest literary agencies in the world won the right to represent the most successful book in the past 20 year, in Romania (over 65.000 copies sold so far), as shown by Rao publishing. The novel of the Romanian writer will be represented in the whole world by Trident Media Group (TMG) which holds the first place in selling rights to big American publishing houses, in the last 10 years. Furthermore, Igor Bergler will be represented by the agency vice-president, Scott Miller.

“Over few months in which I presented the book to different literary agencies worldwide, I received more than 100 enthusiastic answers and 26 agencies – from Germany, Italy, Spain, Latin America, Turkey and Brazil, Great Britain and Portugal and so on, as well as from China, Taiwan or India – read the book and wanted very much to have it in their portfolio”, declared Igor Bergler.

“When I received the offer from Trident Media Group I knew I could not choose anybody else. Being represented by one of the vice-presidents of this agency, which is a global leader in the area of selling author rights, is something which cannot be refused. I wanted it very much and I never imagined that this can happen for real. Anyway, this type of international validation says a lot. Firstly, Romanian readers who bought in such a big number the book “The Lost Bible” are synchronized with what is written at the moment in the world and that their taste are not local or particular, but universal”, completed the author.

The book “The Lost Bible” was publish at the end of 2015 and its subject moves around a plot woven on a thriller canvas, filled with murders, mysteries, not missing keywords as Dracula, Gutenberg’s Bible and Transylvania.

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