Ljiljana Habjanovic Djurovic is a Balkan literary phenomenon, and her books  prove that literature over bridges the time and territorial barriers, getting an universal patinate value and authenticity. (S. Kadribasic, the “Nezavisne Novine”, Bosnia and Herzegovina)



     She  paints the destiny of  her characters, where under the peaceful flow of the story the deepest side of human nature reaches the surface.  Much like Anton Pavlovich Chekhov. (Eva Pokorni, “Mlada fronta - DNES”, Prague, Czech Republic)



     Ljiljana Habjanovic Djurovic is Serbian  Magda Szabo. (Eva Papes, review for the Hungarian edition of the “Feminine genealogy”)



     Creativity and the popularity of  Ljiljana Habjanovic Djurovic are unique literary phenomenon. (Ana Skovran, “Podtekst”, Poland)



     Ljiljana Habjanovic Djurovic has announced a new period in the Serbian post – heroic prose. She is a  herald of Serbian literature in the new period, writing about the heroic times. In this non - heroic time, she  remains heroin herself. (Ilyia Chislov, at promotion of  novel “Petkana” in Russian language, Moscow, Russia)



     As a true literary phenomenon in Serbia, despite the provocative content of her books, the author can reasonably be regarded as a free minded person and a great  novelist. (CFDT Magazine, Paris, France)



     Whether in the decision to make her prose living more with people than as mere art, you should seek the reasons for the phenomenon -  is it a key to the undivided  readers attention towards  novels of Ljiljana Habjanovic Djurovic? Did she managed to fulfill the novelist's dream: to write a text in which, as in the mirror of  calm water, each reader shall be recognized?  Or perhaps she, as one of her characters, the monk and painter Macarius, has just prayed to God to become the instrument of His will, and He granted a request? (Katarina Brajovic)



     Only in that hand – knit of  threads, consisting of  weft and base, desire and achievement, mighty Lord  knows to immerse  his index finger into ink and begins, together with shaky hand of  writer,  to write down  the first letters of  a pious text. We are convinced that the books of   Ms. Habjanovic Djurovic  has been so nascent, emerged and ended  in that way.  And the readers have recognized them. (Arch Priest Stavrophor Mr. Dragomir Sando, Theology PHD, in the Preface for the book “Only love can save us”)



     “I write what I like" said  Virginia Woolf in her diary, and Ljiljana Habjanovic Djurovic is just doing so - as she writes the books exactly she likes to read. She has defined her relationship with readers: she's been waiting for them, and a queue of  those who wish to have her notes or dediction on the books is very  long ... (Radovan Popović, Preface for a book “ Reading territory” from the collection “Replies” by  Misa Jeftic)