I am not a fanatic book lover, nor a person who looses herself between the lines and the words of book novels, but what I felt reading Daphne's Kapsali book was something absolutely exceptional, something I had never felt before. The exceptional selection of the words she uses and the sentenses she makes of them, evoke an abundance of sentiments to the reader, they are like tiny diamonds shining all over her story waiting to be read. The characters that pop up during her 100 days of solitude are so cleverly invented, the antagonist, the sifnos chik, the city girl all so real in one's life, I loved them all. Reading the book made me cry, smile, wonder, it certainly made me live every single moment of her journey into life and into her soul, I felt like an invisible companion during her walks to the village, when singing in town, when enjoying the warmth of the fading sun by the beach, when gardening, writing, or discovering the hidden faces of her soul. Daphne offers the reader unbelievable joy and peace of mind. She is a true revelation!!!