HOUSE OVER THE CATACOMBS
and a curse. One life and six deaths, were they all planned
beforehand..? In an unjustified struggle, the hero in this
novel, Leonidas, endeavors to unveil the mystery that covers
his life, he tries to reach the end of Ariadne’s string
that would lead him to the mysterious passages of the
labyrinth that his past life had revealed to him, a labyrinth
that centuries ago united Alexandria with the holy city of
Leonidas, or rather
the eleven cousins who shared the same name and who “when
standing counted eleven” are inseparable. They lead
parallel lives, filled with incredible, extraordinary and
tragic incidents throughout the dramatic "adventure"
or history of their family.
Leonidas departs and the second erases his past altogether to
enjoy the present in every possible way. Nevertheless ...
Startling himself as well as the reader, the remaining
Leonidas is confronted with his own story, written in a
book as if “the generals” who planned his route in
this world refuse to let him forget. However, he perseveres,
because life for this fortunate seventh tenant of the house
that is built over the catacombs of Alexandria goes on...