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Reviewed by Tracy Slowiak for Readers' Favorite
In Living a Sorrow Away From Happiness, a recent release by author Angelos Michalopoulos, readers will be treated to a very high level reading experience that will keep them thinking for a long time. Follow the stories of three married couples as they deal with the everyday and not so everyday stressors that are affecting their relationships. This story is one that will keep someone reading throughout, sometimes nodding their heads when they find a similarity with their own relationships and lives, sometimes shaking their heads with disbelief at the twists and turns that occur in the lives of the characters.
I enjoyed Living a Sorrow Away From Happiness very much. Any readers will be able to relate to the relationship issues presented, even if they haven't had one that is exactly like it or even if readers themselves are not married, because so many issues are rooted in overall human frailties such as greed, mistrust, envy and lust, which all of us have probably encountered at one time or another. Author Angelos Michalopoulos must have the mind of a genius and, at times, some readers might have to struggle a bit to grasp the message that he is trying to convey, but the struggle is certainly worthwhile. Readers who enjoy a unique relationship study, or just an intriguing work of fiction should certainly pick up and read Living a Sorrow Away From Happiness as soon as they are able to do so. Author Angelos Michalopoulos should be commended on his great work and highly encouraged to continue on his writing path!