Twenty years ago the father of thirtyish Aggelos Georgiades left his family: he eloped with mother's younger sister. Now, father's death brings closer together the living members if the family. The son has access to a notebook where his father narrates the early stages of his love with aunt Tina. Reading the manuscript, Aggelos will have to handle his own life, in this way psychoanalysing himself. This is a novel about absent fathers and fatherly figures in today's world. On the forestage there are a youthful and a mature love story, so different and yet so similar between them. And in the backstage there is the tender, funny and heart-wrenching chronicle of a late and slow coming-of-age.