Solve the puzzle and win a journey…

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Fateful Eyes is an intriguing novel about love, war, terrorism, financial crisis, and a man’s quest to comprehend fate’s dizzying gaze…

In the Spring of 2010 beautiful Greece became the epicenter of a pan-European financial crisis with global repercussions that epitomizes the new millennium’s first decade of turbulence, wars, terrorist attacks and financial turmoil. Peter, a cosmopolitan Greek who lives in the UK and travels around the world searching for a missing link to his passionate, youthful past, strives to navigate his life within the global upheaval to fulfill his demanding, yet exciting mission. All the while, his affectionate lover fights to fend off the threat posed by a mysterious rival in his heart.

Sunday 29 August 2004

On the last day of the Olympic Games, Peter is faced with an unexpected twist in his agonizing search. The mysterious lady, that had been cut-off from that photographic evidence, is someone totally unexpected! What does that mean? What has happened? Is there indeed a mother and a daughter? Who are they? What is this murky story all about?


Tuesday 5 July 2005

About a year later, Peter is disembarking at Frankfurt airport to connect to his next flight. Where to? Whom is he going to meet? What happened during that year? Will he solve the mystery at last? Is there a daughter? Who is she? Who is the lady who has those fateful eyes? Is she going to accept or reject him? Will Peter be able to settle at last his tortuous life?

Saturday 9 July 2005

Just four days later, Peter finds himself in police custody, being interrogated. Why? What happened in the meantime?


If you were in Peter’s shoes, how would you envisage that this story develops? Would you consider that there exists indeed a long-lost daughter? If yes, then what kind of person would you imagine that she would be? Would she fit into Peter’s life? Would she get on well with Leila? If there is no daughter, then what is all this upheaval about?

Let your imagination fly high, and send us your contribution either by commenting here below, or on or by email to


The reader who will give the correct answers to all the above questions (who is Peter’s daughter, if she exists, and what will happen next) will win a free trip for one week, for two persons, with all expenses paid, to the country that is the final destination of Peter during his journey that started on the 5th of July 2005. If there may be more than one correct answers, then the winner will be determined by a draw.

All the correct answers, and the most inspirational and beautiful reader contributions, will be rewarded with a free copy of the forthcoming Volume 2.


About Fateful Eyes…

Solve the puzzle and win a journey (and other gifts)…

Reader comments about “Fateful Eyes” can be found here, and reviews from independent reviewers can be found here.

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I have published "Fateful Eyes", an intriguing novel about love, war, financial crisis and a man's quest to comprehend fate's dizzying gaze...
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One Response to Solve the puzzle and win a journey…

  1. panosnomikos says:

    Asli Fratarcangeli has commented by email:
    “Perhaps Helen is the mother and Antony is either ignorant of this fact, or helping her cover it up (she really is the only one Peter hasn’t pursued to get more information from because he is under the impression that he knows everything).”

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