This book includes the author's entire life divided into three parts, Youth, Dictatorship and Freedom, symbolized in the title "Three Seasons of a Life". The contrast is evident, between a life lived in alternation between lost freedom, dictatorship and freedom regained so the reader is surprised and impressed. How is it that a normal life of a young person, open to a promising future, is denied, destroyed and trampled on? From who? But from the same men, in his brothers and in what way? Inhuman, ferocious, bloodthirsty, from a hasty, cruel dictatorship that denies and tramples on all fundamental human rights. But who does not care about freedom and democracy replaced by terror and the consequent wickedness? But here in the end, freedom triumphs and the author can regain lost time, the time that had been overtaken and denied him. The reader is stunned to learn the unlikely facts of an execrable totalitarian system, which set about destroying innocent human forbids.