In the heart of medieval Europe, a nun conceals her sex and becomes the representative of God on earth, only to confront her female nature and her downfall.
This is the 21st century version of Emmanouil Roidis's Pope Joan. An extremist, a product of the age of individualism, she falls into the trap of her own female nature. With its period atmosphere and philosophical theories The Incredible Story of Pope Joan begins as an entertaining and rapidly unfolding tale of suspense and sex. But at a different level, it leads the reader to reflect on social issues that are relevant today.
A direct, completely riveting and pleasurable novel.
A break-out in the unforeseen adventure of writing with the new novel by V. Raptopoulos. His writing is clear, simple and smooth. It offers the reader the satisfaction of the well-written novel.
Pleasurable, with quick changes of the scenes and situations, with realistic, almost brutal writing of the love scenes. This new version of the story of Pope Joan by V. Raptopoulos is a sinful and irreverent novel. Don' t miss it!