This Christmas Gift Set consists of the 3 following novels from Psichogios publications:
Life at War (Item# NOVPSZSPOL)
Francesca, my heroine… Athena, my mother… Life at war, her life… Her story, her tale, her choices, our relationship and the nineteen years I lived with her. My mother was at war with everyone: with me, with my friends, with her family, with life itself… Along with her story are my childhood and teen years. Words that were never spoken, ommissions that brought pain, actions that hurt, lost embraces and tears. All are found here, within these pages which, in addition to being a biography, also became an painful journey into my yesterday, my beginnings…
By Lena Manta. 496 pages. Paperback. Imported. Psichogios publications.
Three Times a Bride (Item# NOVPS3FONIF)
Αt the close of the 19th Century, in Cyprus, Vivian is having a wedding dress made out of 100% silk in order to wear it to her wedding with her beloved. Her dream, however, is not to become reality, as her mother forces her to marry a Greek, Kostas, who will become her subjugator. He will lock her in a godforsaken house in Piraeus, with no-one but her sleepless guard, Anargyros, by her side and her beloved wedding dress for company. Through the years, Vivian will get to know Anargyros and a strong friendship between them will grow. On one of their walks in Athens, a city changing in order to host the first Olympic Games, Vivian meets young English baron, John Lester. Their love will be ferocious and will carry away everything in its path. The young woman, however, can never imagine the storm and torment that is about to break… A silken wedding dress, a young couple in love, and three weddings, come together to weave together the most beautiful love story ever written.
By Thanos Kondylis. 416 pages. Paperback. Imported. Psichogios publications.
I promise I won't forget (Item# NOVPSYPNMXE)
Erzincan, Armenia. Spring 1915. Kevork and Nevart, rapt in the ignorance and grand optimism of youth and their love, are creating dreams. Suddenly, the dark birds of hate and the winds of war drive Nevart to free Thessaloniki and Kevork to the desert of Syria, where he will experience the terrors of the genocide of his people. He will manage to survive and will reach Pireaus. With a difference of two months, the young man and woman will return to Erzincan searching desperately for their other half, but, not finding each other, they will ultimately leave the town where they were born and raised behind. Thirty-six years later, a gold medallion with a large ruby in the shape of a heart in the centre, will bring them together again and make them smell the sweet perfume of happiness which had been lost forever. A true story, like thousands of others at that time, interwoven with the course of a Christian people who always stood tall, even in times of strife.
By Yorghos Polyrakis. 488 pages. Paperback. Imported. Psichogios publications.