George Kokotos

August 1989, George and his son Fotis set sail for Crete on a return trip to the homeland. On the small boat, George unfolds his memories from his childhood, the horror of the Second World War II and the civil war, up to the tragic and unexpected event that changed his life.  

Format: 15 x 23 
Pages: 300
ISBN: 978-960-6893-13-1

Price: € 20.00


Yiangos Oikonomidis

Through sixteen exciting stories in fifteen countries and four continents we learn about quaint incidents, all the humoristic events and the unique experiences that follow the life of a diplomatist.

Format: 15 x 24.5
Pages: 239
ISBN: 978-960-6893-03-5

Price: € 20.00

papastratosEvangelos A. Papastratos

... Young people who start their lives today must believe in something, have ideals, beyond the desire of financial success ...
... It is a lie and a big mistake to give young people the impression that it is impossible to succeed, if not use all means, and those that are not irreproachable. Honesty is the best mean for a young people who want to succeed in life if they are really determined to give all their power in order to succeed their goals, without of course unilateralism withering youth and their humanity, and also without wasting forces on many to nothing and loses their courage in any harsh wind blowing ...
(Passage from the epilogue by Evangelos A Papastratos)

Pages: 298
ISBN: 978-960-6893-15-5
Price: 15.00€


Eleftheria Krikeli

“John, Doujon, Chryso… Three persons, three big protagonists of life that through a shocking “game”  coincidences are linked with a magic way in the person of woman and mum: the doctor Eleftheria Krikeli. The three persons, during their adolescence, never met each other. Their bodies, however, gave life in their fellowmen.”   
Revenues from royalties will be given to strengthen the fellowship “John Krikelis” at MIT.

Format: 14 x 20.5
Pages: 248
ISBN: 978-960-6893-08-7

Price: € 17.00

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