Odysseus

Odysseus

The autonomous Greek island of Ithaca, 8th century B.C.. The Trojan War has been over for ten years, and the Greeks have come home victorious. Only 1 person is missing: the king. The island's economy is becoming worse each day because the region princes have invaded the realm, devouring its resources, also persuading Queen Penelope to select a husband. To postpone her suitors, she asserts to choose once she's finished weaving King Laertes' burial shroud. Every night but her job is undone by her. Odysseus' son Telemachus doesn't dare put claim to the throne of his father. His only dream is to sail outside to rescue Odysseus. Every thing hastens if Penelope's buried feelings awakens. Who will end up King? The manipulator Leocrites? The legitimate heir Telemachus? Or the traveller that is seductive Eukharistos? Or will Odysseus allow it to be right back in time to capture the reins of power? Unless the two Trojan slaves Clea and Eurynome bring absolute madness to Ithaca... Through the stories of the four attorneys -- Telemachus, Penelope, Clea and Leocrites -- ODYSSEUS brings a fresh spin to Greek mythology's biggest narrative and shows its own strangest secrets.