‘Other Women Wear Your Clothes’: Listen…

‘Other Women Wear Your Clothes’: Listen…

“As things got more difficult, the days we enjoyed seemed like jewels in the necklace that was given to us by that time. Hope was dressed like a carnival and he didn’t say take off the carnival” writes Lakis Lazopoulos in “Other women wear your clothes”. The novel tells the story of a cursed disease that deprived the writer of one of his beloved people, Tasoula, his wife and the mother of his daughter. With his hands he digs into his soul for everything he didn’t say: for confessing and confessing what he did and no one knew, a life that continues to escape our touch and mind games.

There are people who, in an incomprehensible way, mark our lives at first glance. People who in our hearts we knew we loved even if we had never met them. Some call it destiny, others call it fate. I think the relationship between Laki and Tasoula was like this. It is not only a story of love, pain and loss, but also a way to come to terms with these feelings.

Lazopoulos not only writes a book, but confesses his deep, passionate, emotional mistakes, in a unique and skillful way he deals with emotion and humor. He tells the story of the love intended by the world and how he and Tasula experienced it.

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“Other women wear your clothes” is narrated by Lakis Lazopoulos himself, with the participation of the excellent Maria Kavogianni, who “brings Tasoula’s letters to Lakis alive” with his voice. By hearing it in the voice of the main character of the story himself, you will go deeper into this exciting narrative and feel what the author felt while writing.