The award-winning screenwriter, author, playwright and director, Paul Lambis is presenting his book entitled ‘Odd One Cut’ at Technopolis 20 in Paphos, on Wednesday, 27th of June 2018, at 19:30. Odd One Out is a new book by acclaimed author Paul Lambis that encourages its readers to escape all judgements and discrimination, and learn to value their own unique perspective.
Odd One Out is a humorous journey of one man’s attempt to find a new way of living that would carry him into thin and beyond. An unashamed memoir of binges, setbacks, explosive outbursts and ultimate success, this fast-moving book also delves into different aspects of life as seen through separate stories involving a wide variety of individuals, many of whom are shown to be interlinked as their tales progress.
Paul Lambis’ self-deprecating narrative is extremely sarcastic and utterly hilarious, and along with his epic lines of wisdom and snappy dialogue – creating high adventure and wild drama around the porous boundaries between fiction and real life, it makes for a laugh-out-loud book.
“Odd One Out is a book of wisdom, advice, and laugh-out-loud moments, a scrumptious, irresistible treat.” THE GREEK REPORTER EUROPE
“Raucously funny.” PREMIERE MAGAZINE
“Lambis’ quest for his crown jewels is a rollercoaster of a read.” OK!
A reception will follow.
A few words about the author
Paul Lambis is an award-winning screenwriter, author, playwright and director, born in Johannesburg, South Africa. Educated at the Johannesburg Art Foundation, he is based in Cyprus and is the Marketing Manager and Creative Head of a renowned organisation.
In 2008, after surviving a near-fatal car accident, Lambis put pen-to-paper and published his autobiography Where is Home? – A journey of hilarious contrasts. His highly-acclaimed memoir inspired him further to write, produce and perform a one-man stand-up comedy based on the book.
As an established playwright in Cyprus, Lambis has written, produced and directed theatrical productions such as 74 and Melina: The Last Greek Goddess to widespread critical acclaim. Other plays include Taj Mahal, Evagora, Volare, The Madness of Marilyn, and Divorced, Beheaded, Died; Divorced, Beheaded, Survived.