Author Dimitris Politis is pleased to announce the launch of his literary debut The Stolen Life of a Cheerful Man. Stolen Life is a gripping, thought provoking, and suspenseful tale a man who embarks on a dangerous journey of finding out who murdered his friend Rory. With a unique concept, exciting storyline, and captivating writing style, the book is a must read.
This compelling storyline deals with the universal issues of discrimination, acceptance, violence, terrorism, and forgiveness. Politis brilliantly tells the story using reflections of the protagonist and then snapping the readers back to reality. Politis also masterfully grips the heartstrings of the readers by the suspense created due to the purposefully jump in the timeline between chapters.
Since the initial release, the novel has left readers in awe of Politis’s adept storytelling. Reviewers are calling the novel “a brilliant and engaging novel with shocking twists and turns and challenging and thought-provoking philosophies.” Notable book reviewers are calling it, “A well-written tale that will leave an imprint on your mind, while haunting the soul.” Also saying that the book “would be absolute joy for readers who enjoy numerous twists and well-developed characters.” Midwest Review also commended Politis’s debut saying, “…his writing offers a refreshing and unique experience.”
Dimitris Politis was born in Athens, Greece on 16 March 1960. He studied Economics in Greece and Classics and Literature in Ireland. He has lived in Greece, Ireland, UK, Luxembourg and Belgium. He has published articles and reviews on Working Conditions and Occupational Health and Safety and short stories in literary magazines and websites. His first novel “The stolen life of a cheerful man” was published in Greek in 2012. His second novel in Greek “The next stop” is nearing completion. He currently lives in Brussels. He works as a Webmaster and Editor for the EUROPA site of the European Union.