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California, 1930s. Young Persephone Lidakis, daughter of Greek immigrants, is in love with Antonio, the son of the aristocratic employer of her family, Fernando Lopez. Antonio tells her that he feels the same, however his sudden abysmal behavior towards the her puts an end to the couple’s relationship and makes the young girl distance herself from her family and her homeland.
In exile, Persephone will come up against loneliness, her futile dreams, as well as anything and everything that fate has in store for her. Abandoned to the whim of every situation and rapt in the pain brought about by the loss of her loved ones, she is unable to react to the turmoil and changes in her life and is turned into a apathetic spectator of each event… Will fate finally give her the chance to have the life she really deserves and find true happiness?
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Publication date Sep 21, 2017
Thematic Category True story, Historical fiction
Series Greek literature
Age 18+
SKU 19996
Regular Price €14.43 Special Price €12.99
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The Author
DIMITRA CHRISTIDOU-MANTHEAKI was born in Ioannina and raised in Sparta. She studied Greek and English Literature and continued her studies at the History and Archaeology Department of the School of Philosophy at Athens University. She worked for many years as an entrepreneur, as an owner of private schools for teaching foreign languages. She is married to Alexis Mantheakis, a renowned PR Specialist, writer and political analyst. Christidou-Mantheaki resides in Athens with her husband and her daughter Marina, who is a journalist. As an archaeologist she is a member of the Board of the international organization for the return of the Parthenon Sculptures IPSACI (The International Parthenon Sculptures Action Committee) which has 240,000 members in Greece and abroad. PSYCHOGIOS Publications have published her books, I, THE TALIBAN’S WOMAN - which has been a long seller to this day with several reprints and repeated promotional references by the Media and, particularly, TV - and ALL I HAD WAS YOU.
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