THE EXPLOSIVE NATURE OF FRIENDSHIP

THE EXPLOSIVE NATURE OF FRIENDSHIP

I LOVED THIS STORY!  IT IS ABOUT MITSOS AND HIS FRIEND, MANOLIS, GROWING UP TOGETHER IN A SMALL FARMING TOWN IN GREECE.  MITSOS IS ALWAYS GETTING INTO TROUBLE FOR PRANKS THAN MANOLIS DEVISES.  HIS PARENTS TRY TO KEEP THE BOYS APART FEELING THAT MANOLIS IS A BAD INFLUENCE ON MITSOS.  THIS, OF COURSE, ONLY BONDS THEIR FRIENDSHIP FURTHER.  MITSOS OFTEN FEELS THAT THEIR PRANKS, WHICH GET MORE AND MORE OUTRAGEOUS, ARE WRONG BUT HE HAS TROUBLE SAYING NO TO MANOLIS.  EVEN AS MITSOS MATURES AND REALIZES THEIR MISCHIEF MUST STOP, HE CANNOT LET MANOLIS DOWN.  EVERYTHING CHANGES ON ONE FATEFUL DAY AND MITSOS SPENDS THE REST OF HIS LIFE SEARCHING FOR FORGIVENESS AND PEACE.  MUST READ!!

READ WHAT THE PUBLISHER SAYS:

Do you like books about people? Then you’ll love this intimate portrait of a man searching for meaning…

Set in an idyllic Greek village, with a backdrop of sea and sun, this book will transport you…

Mitsos has spent the last twenty years trying to comes to terms with the events of a single day and all that led up to it. In his twilight years a surprising turn of events gives him a chance to rectify his biggest wrong and give himself the peace he is seeking.

But is what he has wanted for the last twenty years what he still wants now and is he the man he thought he was?

Set against a backdrop of a small Greek farming village, comedy and tragedy are present in equal measures.

Sara transports you to a land of sea and sun as she explores what it means to be human, and fallible.

The book examines the nature of friendship, and how our choices and our perceptions of our place in society can define us.

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