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Short stories that will take your breath away. Confessions of damned souls flirting with madness. Haunted houses, terrifying icons of lost civilizations, curses, bottomless wells with ancient secrets, nightmares and all this within a framework of "romantic horror", with amazing descriptions and philosophical implications. Stories plucked from the darkness of the 19th century with ''Lovecraftian'' beauty and ''Poestrian'' insanity.
The reader is immersed in a gothic universe of primordial secrets, while marveling at the questions of life and death posed by the author, artfully philosophizing. Elsewhere the agony and the gradual descent into madness, and elsewhere the allusive horror that lingers, fascinate and captivate.
George Pοl. Papadakis (Polychronis) is a Greek writer and poet. He was born in Athens and from an early age showed an inclination towards literature and writing. His interests range from poetry, prose, the essay, literary criticism, children's books, comics and studies.
He writes articles in literary magazines. Among other things, he is engaged in lyric writing, his verses have been set to music by important Greek composers. In October 2008 his book "The Little Fugitives and the House in the Woods" was presented at the intellectual center of the city hall of Montreal, Canada. In May 2014, his self-titled children's opera was presented in a Moscow theater.
He completed university studies in mathematics and European culture, while he is a scholar and researcher of artistic folk song.
Ξεκινήσαμε τις εκδόσεις σαν hobby, το hobby χωρίς να το καταλάβουμε, από το 2008 μέχρι σήμερα, μετατράπηκε σε πάνω από 200 τίτλους και συνεχίζουμε...