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‘Last Love’ follows protagonists’ struggle to uncover lost Plato dialogue contradicting platonic love

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Together the stories illustrate the many facets of love, while providing readers with an adventure the authors hope they won’t soon forget.

According to authors Nicholas Snow and Guy de la Croix, platonic love is a nonsexual love between two people, in which one person inspires the other’s mind and spirit and so seek to attain the eternal truth, the world of ideas. Authors Nicholas Snow and Guy de la Croix alter Plato’s idea of love in their novel “Last Love” (published by AuthorHouse UK).

Philip Platner, a professor at Christ’s College in Cambridge, is more than familiar with Plato’s work – he teaches it. When doctoral candidate and Philip’s person of interest, Dora von Neubeck, writes that perhaps Plato’s concept of platonic love was really erotic disillusionment, Philip is left in awe. What begins as Dora’s search for further evidence of the idea quickly turns into a journey that spans centuries.

Throughout “Last Love,” readers will follow Philip, Dora, a lecturer and a special forces major as they face criminal elements and a set of fanatical monks in the south of France while pursuing Plato’s lost dialogue. “Last Love” parallels the story of the protagonists alongside two other timelines, one set during Plato’s time, another during medieval times. Together the stories illustrate the many facets of love, while providing readers with an adventure the authors hope they won’t soon forget.

“Last Love”
By Nicholas Snow and Guy de la Croix
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 184 pages | ISBN 9781496979063
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 184 pages | ISBN 9781496979087
E-Book | 184 pages | ISBN 9781496979094
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Nicholas Snow – the pen name of N. Kyriazis – took his Ph.D. at Bonn University, was a visiting professor at Harvard and Trier University and is currently a professor of economics at the University of Thessaly, Central Greece. He previously worked as the Directorate General for Research of the European Parliament, advisor to the government of the National Bank of Greece, advisor to the minister of finance and secretary general of public administration. He is currently a member of the board for Alpha-Trust-Andromeda Investment Fund, vice president of Ergoman Telecommunications, Black Orange and the Kostas Kyriazis Foundation. He speaks English, French and German fluently and also speaks Spanish well. He has 17 novels published in Greece and three in English. In 2005 the president of the French Republic honored him with France’s highest decoration, the Knight of the Legion of Honour.

Guy Feaux de la Croix of French origin has studied law at the universities of Bonn and Geneva. He served as a diplomat in German embassies in Tokyo, the Hague, Paris, Warsaw, Athens and Rome, where until June, 2012, he was German Minister to the Holy See-Vatican. He is a painter and sculptor and has been curated for a number of exhibitions in Berlin, Athens, Shanghai, Beijing and Rome.

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