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Silent From Within
By Costa G. Lagoudakis
Matt is a young man whose life is riddled with pain and injustice. Diagnosed with a hearing disability at an early age, he embarks on a turbulent journey to face many challenges. Not due to his impairment but the circumstances caused by the mistakes of others.
He analyses the people in his life by struggling to make sense of the way they behave, understand the complex relationships between his family members, and overcome the practical difficulties that hamper his life.
The author has chosen a different style of psychodramatic expression in his narration, emphasising and analysing the psychological profile of the characters of this fiction.
Having found himself in a vicious cycle he cannot escape from, he persists in wondering about the difficulties of human relationships. Matt and his silence are the mediums that visualise our lives.
About the author
Costa G. Lagoudakis (Konstantinos Grigoriou Lagoudakis) was born and raised in Athens, Greece, where he still resides today.
He studied at the Athens University of Economics and Business.
He enjoys writing fiction stories, where the reader can also identify with the everyday reality woven with just the right amount of fantasy.
As the saying goes, “reality sometimes sounds stranger than fiction”.
His interest focuses on non-actual stories about the human psyche, relationships, and how actions have consequences. That’s why he has chosen a different style of psychodramatic expression in his narration, emphasising and analysing the psychological profile of the characters of the book. His particular style is also characteristic in his first book Silent From Within. He persists in wondering about the difficulties of human relationships.