It is easy to identify with the story teller who narrates in the first person singular in Oliver’s work, despite the slightly confusing, yet still mercilessly honest style. The novel is a spellbinding description of the journey of reincarnation experienced by the author, it is about his authentic and touching relationship with his grandad, and the people he is surrounded by. The work grabs the reader already from the first word of the introduction, and holds the readers attention. The enjoyable experience goes way beyond the last page of the novel. I recommend Without Wings to everyone, who is open to embracing a new kind of way of vision, and is willing to see beyond the materialistic world which surrounds us.