The Curse of The Ancient Greeks

The Curse of the Ancient Greeks, is a contemporary novel based and inspired by real stories and current events.

It is the storey of a Greek newspaper columnist born in a magical and remote mountainous peninsular stretching out in the Mediterranean, hugged by glittering turquoise coasts and dramatic cliffs. At an early age the boy loses his father at a tragic work related accident that influences the rest of his life. He is shortly after taken to Athens by his mother in search of a better life.

As an adult he finds himself in the midst of a social and economic crisis in a country facing drastic financial upheavals. His mundane struggle to stay afloat trying to keep his job as a journalist and his troubled family intact brings back memories of his mysterious birth place and takes his thoughts back to the glorious age of philosophy and logic in ancient Greece.

Whilst on a vain professional search to discover the source of his country's recent financial misfortunes, he is forced to re-evaluate his most intimate relations with his family and friends taking him on a soul searching and unexpected romantic and philosophical journey.

The English version of the book, The curse of the ancient Greeks, in paperback, hardback, kindle and electronic formats, is now available world wide by order from most major book stores internationally or on the web by:

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The Greek version of the book, Η ΚΑΤΑΡΑ ΤΩΝ ΑΡΧΑΙΩΝ in paperback is available from book stores by order or on the web from and other web based book stores.