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How far would a man go to find the woman of his life again? Between how many bullets could he pass, how many burning roads would he dare to cross? AUTUMN 1944. The Germans withdraw from Athens. Liberation brings redemption, but also division. Civil passions are awakening, Greece is heading for disaster again. MR. ARISTIDES is the longest serving waiter at Zacharatos Cafe in Syntagma Square. Modest and kind-hearted, he always dreams of his Evdoxia, the sensitive cleaning lady he once fell in love with. As Attica descends into chaos, a letter will revive his hope of being with her. But the terrible December is lurking. And he seems relentless. THIS IS THE STORY of the desperate journey a man made through Dekemvriana, looking for his own homeland. Around him a lot of other stories: the legendary café and its patrons, secrets and lies, brother killing brother, betrayals and frame-ups, the chronicle of armed conflict, Winston Churchill, Eleni Papadaki, Odysseas Elytis, the simple and tortured people who intersect with the violent destiny of Greece. Three years after The Trial That Changed the World, the award-winning author of the bestsellers "History Without a Name" and "Flame and Wind" returns with a riveting novel about the value of innocence in the deepest darkness.

General Characteristics
Athur DANDOLOS STEFANOS
Publisher PSYCHOGIOS
ISBN 9786180155921
Publishing Country GREECE
Category GREEK PROSE