Aris, a traveler of life who is a perennial observer of the events happening around him, finds it impossible to comprehend and accept the controversies of the world around him. He finds himself trapped deeper and deeper into torturing thoughts. An attractive, voluptuous female presence dominates his mind. He comes across Anna, who is trying to solve the mystery of the Western Ward of the Hospital she works at. Her path crosses that of a mysterious man and leads her to the beautiful Glass City. Will Anna be able to solve the mystery and will Aris manage to find the exit of his dark corridor? The reader will enter into the mind of the heroes and experience all of their intense feelings and thoughts until their catharsis.
Despoina Kantere was born in Greece. Her father was an Army officer and her mother a journalist. Both were authors and inspired her to write. She grew up listening to her grandmother’s endless tales. She studied at the Athens Medical School where she graduated in 2003. Since 2004 she has been living and working in Sweden. She is a dermatologist and a researcher. She is married and has a four-year-old son. Since she was a child she loved telling and writing stories. “At the end of the corridor” is her first novel.