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Αυτός είναι ο Κρις: σαραντάρης, μοναχικός, παγιδευμένος σε ένα γάμο δίχως έρωτα, ξένος μέσα στη λονδρέζικη νεανική κουλτούρα της δεκαετίας του ''70, ξένος απέναντι στον ίδιο τον εαυτό του τη νύχτα που προσκαλεί μια πόρνη στο αυτοκίνητό του.

Αυτή είναι η Ρόζα: Γιουγκοσλάβα, πανέμορφη, άρτι αφιχθείσα στο Λονδίνο, κόρη ενός από τους παρτιζάνους του Τίτο, με μια ζωή γεμάτη κινδύνους και τραγωδίες. Δίχως να το πολυσκεφτεί, δέχεται την πρόταση του Κρις και μπαίνει στο αυτοκίνητό του.

Για τους επόμενους μήνες, η Ρόζα θα αφηγείται στον Κρις ιστορίες από το παρελθόν της. Άραγε, του λέει αλήθειες ή ψέματα; Και γιατί εκείνος κάθεται και την ακούει, λιώνοντας από πόθο και ζήλια, αλλά δεν κάνει καμία κίνηση να την κερδίσει;

Το παραμύθι, η Ιστορία, η πραγματικότητα απογυμνώνουν τις ψυχές, κι ο έρωτας, βαθύς σαν υπόγειος καταστροφικός σεισμός, τινάζει αυτούς τους δύο ανθρώπους στον αέρα. Τίποτα δε θα είναι ίδιο αν χωρίσουν. Γιατί και οι δύο θα αφήσουν τη μία και μοναδική ευκαιρία να αγαπηθούν...
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Publication date Oct 22, 2008
Thematic Category Romance
Series Foreign literature
Age 18+
Pages 312
ISBN 978-960-453-354-1
SKU 05881
Dimensions (width x height) 14 x 21 cm
Weight 0.469 kgr
Binding Μαλακό εξώφυλλο
ISBN e-book 978-618-01-0366-3
E-book Code 13815
E-book format EPUB
Υποψήφιο για Costa 2008
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The Author
Louis de Bernieres was born in London in 1954. He joined the army at eighteen-years-old but left after spending four months at Sandhurst. After graduating from the Victoria University of Manchester, he obtained a postgraduate certificate in Education at Leicester Polytechnic and then read for an MA at the University of London.Before he started to write full-time, his jobs included being a landscape gardener, a motorcycle messenger and a car mechanic. He also taught English in Colombia, an experience which influenced the style and setting of his first three novels, The War of Don Emmanuel's Nether Parts (1990), Senor Vivo and the Coca Lord (1991) and The Troublesome Offspring of Cardinal Guzman (1992). In 1993, he was selected as one of the 20 'Best of Young British Novelists 2' promotion in Granta magazine. His fourth novel, Captain Corelli's Mandolin, was published the following year, winning the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best Book. It was also shortlisted for the Sunday Express Book of the Year. It has become a worldwide bestseller and has now been translated into 11 languages. A film adaptation of the novel was released in 2001, and the novel has also been adapted for the stage. His work, Red Dog (2001), is a collection of stories inspired by a statue of a dog encountered on a trip to a writers' festival in Australia in 1998. He wrote the introduction to The Book of Job-one in a series of books reprinted from the Bible and published individually by Canongate Press in 1998-while his play, Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World, set in South-West London, was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1999, and published in 2001.
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