We’re living inside a huge work of fiction.
The task of the author is to invent reality.
The story of Charlie’s revenge, as he takes it upon himself to protect Zeta who is being harassed by her bosses, and the story of Christos Triantafyllopoulos, who, disgusted by Greece, decides to go abroad, come together with the portrait of a family that starts at the bottom and climbs all the way up the social ladder, proving that, in terms of social class, Greece is a hodgepodge.
Shipowners and TV channel directors; models and gymnasts; nightclub goons and journalists; wealthy and petit bourgeois housewives with time on their hands. A gallery of vividly contemporary heroes in a film-like narrative, where the humorous alternates with the serious.
A novel about modern-day Greece, in all its glory and all its ignominy.