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The Gold Letter Fenia Kantartzi, a Greek living in Germany, inherits a small fortune from her grandfather, a man she never knew While working on the property, Fenia comes upon old letters and begins to learn of an intergenerational story of unfulfilled loves of her mother and grandmother Between the letters and the tale told to her by her cousin Melpo, Fenia puts together a story of generations and learns her true paternityBut will the knowledge Fenia gains be enough to help her recover from the legacy of heartache and abuse she endured in her childhood Bestselling author Lena Manta captivates again with her sweeping saga of individual lives caught in the rapids of history


About the Author: Lena Manta

Librarian Note This is the name variant in the Latin alphabet See the author s profile in Greek.



10 thoughts on “The Gold Letter

  1. says:

    Wow What can I say, this was fantastic This is an extremely powerful story of three generations of women and their unfulfilled dreams There is sadness, bitterness and hate as well as discovery and love The multi timeline set in Turkey and Greece is so w


  2. says:

    Destiny caresses the few, but molests the many Turkish ProverbGreek and Turkish histories go back a long way, and I profess to knowing little about them, however it s clear that whichever people you belong to there is likely to be a bias towards their stories,


  3. says:

    This book was so intriguing I read until the early hours of morning and then berated myself for not getting enough sleep but what a great story


  4. says:

    My girl, sometimes you meet your fate on the road you took to avoid it Three stars, but closer to 4 I really liked The Gold Letter, but there were some things I would ve changed The Gold Letter focuses on the Kantadaris family and their forbidden love with the Kouyoumdzis c


  5. says:

    Set in Turkey and Greece and moving back and forth in time, The Gold Letter tells the intertwined stories of four generations of two Greek families who lived first in Constantinople, then among the upheavals of the mid 20th century settled in Athens The author does a wonderful job


  6. says:

    I loved this book There s three different love stories, and with each one I kept hoping love would win outand finally it did, but not in the way I expected It also wove in the story of Greece s conflict with Turkey and I FINALLY understand why the Greeks call Istanbul Constantinople I ga


  7. says:

    Brief synopsis from the book cover Fenia Kantartzi, a Greek living in Germany, inherits a small fortune from her grandfather, a man she never knew While working on the property, Fenia comes upon old letters and begins to learn of an intergenerational story of unfulfilled loves of her mother and


  8. says:

    This was the first book that I ve read featuring the refugee crisis in Europe and detailing the dvisions between Turk and Greek in Constantinople.Chrysafenia Karapanos also known as Fenia inherits her late mother s childhood home from her grandfather who kicked her mother out of the house when she was


  9. says:

    This book of missed opportunities and angst rapidly became tedious for me and I almost didn t finish it It starts when Fenia inherits her mother s childhood home With her cousin and letters discovered in the home, she pieces together her family history and some Greek history The result is a story of three ge


  10. says:

    Beautiful book This one carriespain than others I have read It is a beautiful read nonetheless and a great story.


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