Inspired by true events, this book is essentially the account of an intense love triangle among a mature playboy and two young ladies: a charming and intellectually gifted writer, and a bold bisexual student of astounding beauty. As the plot gradually escalates to a dramatic climax, the listener might also enjoy the captivating human stories, the unlikely friendships and alliances, as well as a philosophical approach concerning how to live and how to die, while having a glimpse at Mykonos' globally famous hedonistic lifestyle in the late seventies. Finally, the witty and lively writing style of Zahos Hadjifotiou makes difficult for the listener to stop listening.
What made the experience of listening to Games of Passion in Mykonos the most enjoyable?
Mykonos description, images, views,... everything is a great travel...
What did you like best about this story?
Author's way of thinking :)
Have you listened to any of Denise Kahn’s other performances? How does this one compare?
Yes, and she is great. She narrates both male and female voice so realistic.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I read it at once.
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