In doing so, she leaves behind a sparkling social life and successful career to continue the tale of a family and a place which her father, Nichola In North of Ithaka, Eleni Gage returns to the remote Greek village of Lia, where her father was born and her grandmother murdered, to rebuild the ruins of her namesake's home and come to terms with her family's tragic history.In doing so, she leaves behind a sparkling social life and successful career to continue the tale of a family and a place which her father, Nicholas Gage, made famous over twenty years ago with his international bestseller, Eleni.
But stealing money from your parents when you were 17 isn't going to weigh upon your new relationship in the same way as would, say, a large unpaid debt that you're still suffering from now.A few “secrets” are so deeply buried in the past that they are no longer relevant in your present life.In other words, some skeletons should stay in the closet.Along the way she survives humorous misadventures, absorbs fascinating folklore, and comes to understand that memories of the dead can bring new life to the present.Part travel memoir and part family saga, North of Ithaka is, above all, a journey home.
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I have read the first 125 pages of this book and I am disappointed. It is not a patch on her father's excellent book "Eleni".