Yiannis Georgiades is an ambitious law student. He’s got youth, looks and cunningness on his side, but nothing more. Orphaned at an early age, he made his way through his studies whilst working as a dog trainer. Christos Kremopoulos, on the other hand, one of Yiannis’ most famous professors, has status, bank accounts and naturally, friends in high places. They meet up by chance one night on a hill in Athens, whist walking their dogs, and the ...battle is on. What does the hungry mouth of the young student want so passionately from his professor? His money? His wife? His son? His work? His life? Whatever that it is, he is determined to get it. He ‘invades’ the unsuspecting professor is world like an angel of death and conquers it with the charm used in his dog-training methods. His weapon is, after all, one piece of cynical knowledge: There is no democracy, either in the dog or the human society. Only masters and slaves. A story of ardor, lust, and passion, from one of Greece’s most widely-read authors.