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A Stranger in the Village(2016)
(Book 18 in the Greek Village series)
A novel by Sara Alexi
WARNING! This book will make you want to stay on holiday forever...
Sara has such insight into human nature and always works the characters and their lives around the beautiful Greek countryside with such wonderful description. There is never a sad ending!!!!
Miltos has chased through life not quite knowing what it is that he is looking for. His journey has given him an understanding of different cultures and wide reaching life experiences but still a part of him is unfulfilled.
When he opens his mind to contemplate what his legacy will become if he remains on the same course, he wonders if he should perhaps circle back to the beginning. He finds himself in a small Greek village where the people bewitch him and he contemplates what a stable life might bring.
Be will he find what he was looking for in such a quiet, sun filled place?
Praise for The Stranger In The Village
Her books make be feel like I am in Greece and are all so well written, they just leave you wanting more. - Mrs D Sage, Amazon
I have to admit that I have loved every story in the Greek Village Series. And every new story that Sara writes is my new favorite. But this story is truly my favorite. I loved the twists and turns and the promise in the ending. Sara outdid herself with this, her 18th book. Instead of getting predictable the stories just get better and better. It was great visiting old friends and making new ones. Can't wait for #19! - Sharon Scott.
'Oh Sara what have you done? After reading all 17 of The Greek Village Series I though I better read a couple of other books. So I chose one, and began to read ... rubbish. Began another author ... rubbish. Began a third, yes you have guesses it! I just cannot get into another book!. The Greek Village has bewitched me.' A reader.
I'm a sixty-two year old women who has never written any fan mail in my life, but that was before I read any of your books. To date I have read six of your books and love them all. I get pulled into the story and feel like I'm part of it. The relevance, the character development, the plots, and the descriptive nature of your writing draw me in. Keep writing, reading each book is like taking a vacation. Reader from Wichita, Kansas.
If you enjoyed Full House by Maeve Binchy, 'The Pact' or 'The Story Teller' by Jodi Picoult, 'Necessary Lies' by Diane Chamberlain, 'The Thread' or 'The Island' by Victoria Hislop or 'The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry' by Rachel Joyce you'll love this book...
Genre: General Fiction
July 2016 : Paperback
July 2016 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition