The White Gloves

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Red Riding Hood meets the wolf again. He decides to start his dinner with the old woman who lives in the forest. However, this is no ordinary woman but the forest fairy who, having taken the form of a ewe, challenges the wolf. Frustrated by the defiance of the ewe, the wolf flees to the big city where he meets the ewe again. What follows is very exciting and so ... so heart-breaking. More
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About George Trialonis

I was born in Crete which is an island in a country called Greece. If you don't know where Crete is, you will certainly be able to spot the continent of Africa on a map. Crete lies between Africa and Europe. It's a big island, approximately 260 km long and 70 km wide.
Ever since I was a child I loved stories and mysteries, especially the mysteries of the skies. I used to look at the stars and wonder how far they are and if there were "people" on them. I still wonder as much and hope that one day we shall have proof of living beings in other planets.
As for my formal education is concerned, I have a minor degree in psychology from Texas Christian University and a major in Philosophy from the University of Toronto.
I worked as translator and interpreter in Greece for many years. I am retired now and trying to write about the things that I like most: stories.


Review by: Kalinia on March 19, 2015 :
It's a very exciting story. I liked the wolf character very much and in the end I felt sorry for him. It's worth reading.
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)
Review by: KDram on March 18, 2015 :
I enjoyed this story very much. It's funny, captivating and emotionally moving. You can't guess what happens next in the story and in the end you're taken by surprise.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: nikizapa on March 18, 2015 :
This story is definitely a page turner. Fast paced and full of unexpected turns. Both funny and moving. Several parts evoke scenes from other famous stories but the roles are unpredictably reversed and the stereotypes subverted. You won't regret reading this one and it's not just for kids!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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