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Odysseus Chryssos, lonely and uncompromising sea-captain,a legend of the Mediterranean sea and a resolute bachelor falls passionately in love with a young prostitute, Seleni. Caught in a hammering storm of emotions, he loses control for the first time in his life and the feelings that flood him threaten his independence. The moment he suspects that Seleni may be pregnant, Odysseus grabs the opportunity and abandons her, relinquishing all responsibilities and obligations. Seleni, drowning in a sea of loss, knows that his greatest fear is love itself. Armed with Job’s patience, she lives with the hope that one day, the man she so loved, will return to her breaking heart. A fairy-tale novel about the kind of love that only destiny has the power to define…
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Publication date Feb 9, 2012
Thematic Category Human relations, Social
Series Greek literature
Age 18+
SKU 11542
Regular Price €11.66 Special Price €10.49
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The Author
DINA KITSOU was born in Corinth in 1972 by parents from Epirus. She started studying French translation but quit her studies. Later she studied Tourism at an OTEK [Organisation for Tourism Education & Training] School and Economics and Administration at a state Vocational Training Institute [IEK]. She worked in hotels and as a Communications Officer for Cultural, Tourism and Public Relations matters for the Municipality of Loutraki, as well as at a political Press Office. Kitsou has worked for magazines, such as Arabesques Press, Na Ena Milo, Diavazo, Synedrio, and others, contributing pastiches, short stories, interviews, book reviews, articles, etc. In 1998 her first short story received the newcomer writer’s award from Kastaniotis Publications and Elle magazine. Since then, her short stories have won distinctions at various competitions. In 2004 she had her novels, Veronica and The Colonel published (Patakis Publications).
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