1. Those Who Are Loved

    Those Who Are Loved is set against the backdrop of the German occupation of Greece, the subsequent civil war and a military dictatorship, all of which left deep scars. Themis is part of a family bitterly divided by politics and, as a young woman, her fury with those who have collaborated...
  2. Hislop awarded four Specsavers Bestseller awards

    Victoria Hislop has received four Specsavers Bestseller awards for her bestselling titles: The Island, The Thread, The Return and The Sunrise. Her 2005-published novel, The Island, which was inspired by a visit to an abandoned Greek leprosy colony, receives a Platinum award for selling over a million copies. It became a 26-part Greek TV series and win Newcomer of the Year at the British Book Awards....
  3. The Greek answer to Paris that you’d never thought to visit

    I’ve wanted to visit Thessaloniki, which sits on the northern edge of the Thermaic Gulf, ever since I read Victoria Hislop’s The Thread, a sprawling family saga that starts in 1917 and continues through the war years to the present day. It is largely thanks to her that I now spend so much time in Crete. Her novels aren’t just very readable. They can turn you into a Hellenophile.
  4. Fans in High Places

    In an interview with Country Life, Zara Tindall listed a few of her favourite things, and confesses to be a fan of Victoria Hislop: Where is your favourite place in Britain? Scotland What is your favourite building? Duart Castle, Isle of Mull Book? I enjoy Victoria Hislop’s novels Music? Ed...
  5. Victoria Hislop o sobie o Grecji

    W związku z niedawno wydaną w Polsce piątą powieścią Victorii Hislop pt. “Pocztówki z Grecji”, która jest jednocześnie trzecią (po powieściach “Wyspa” i “Nić”), której akcję autorka osadziła w Grecji – we współpracy z Wydawnictwem Albatros miałam niebywałą przyjemność przeprowadzić wywiad z pisarką. Chciałam, aby Victoria Hislop opowiedziała nam coś...