Croatia: New book based on Tonci Huljic life

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Tonci Huljic the composer ofLijepa Tena, this year's Croatian entry in the Eurovision Song contest has inspired a new paperback book written by English writer Victoria Rose entitled Iconoclast icon: A story inspired by the life of Tonci Huljic. The book is a blend of fiction and biography of the music maestro Tonci Huljic. This new book tells the story of a soul searching journey in the pressured work of the music industry.

Iconoclast icon: A story inspired by the life of Tonci Huljic involves elements of Toni's life and is not a typical biography, it is rather a fiction book inspired by Tonci's life. From a career beginnings as a musician in one of ex-Yugoslav most popular pop bands Magazin, composer of numerous Croatian hits, including songs that appeared in the Eurovision Song Contest, all the way to his world known work with pianist Maksim Mrvica and Australian British string quartet Bond. His past Eurovision Song Contest entries are Strings of My Heart (2001), Marija Magdalena (1999) and Nostalgija (1995). His composition Lijepa Tenais will be performed by Igor Cukrov in this year's contest.

Speaking about Iconoclast Icon Tonci said I have been more than surprised when Victoria contacted me with the idea of writing a book based on my life. At first, I was reserved and a bit of suspicious about the whole project, but it all changed after I got to know Victoria and realized how devoted and methodical she is about the book.

The book which has been published by British publisher house Author Book and is available through, here.

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