Language: Greek




"They say love goes through one’s stomach. I doubt that very much! If love follows any path, then the stomach is its last destination, after lots of turns, stops and crossroads"...

"It jolts you inside and the taut skin on chest bone vibrates like a tambourine. The shirt vibrates between the second and third button so much that you think everyone can see it...
And who am I to doubt that, eh? You might say. My name is George"...

George, a childhood friend of Stathis, a formidable womanizer and critic of love, decides to tell you the story of his friend with much humour but also affection, trying to make the point that "if life wants to play with you, you can’t escape its tricks" no matter how smart or shrewd you are.
"Because love is a nasty thing! Nasty and underhanded. It always comes when it is least expected".

The story starts at the evening of Stathis’ birthday party. An accident that amounted to a near-death experience becomes the reason for him to alter his life until the time comes when he will really fall "head over hills" in love!

Book details
Language Greek
Published in 2015
ISBN (.pdf) 978-1-910714-47-8
ISBN (.epub) 978-1-910714-48-5
ISBN (.mobi) 978-1-910714-49-2
ISBN Printed 978-1-910714-50-8
Number of Pages 252
Printed Book Size (cm) 14x21
Cover Paperback