When the daughter of Greece's premier singer fails to sing as expected, she finds out about a biker group of women. But will she manage to find the elusive Orosa, the bikers' motovlogger, when all she has to go on are random street-sightings of criminal behaviour, when her family is opposed to her following this path and when her dad's employer wants to keep her as she was for marketing purposes? Do you want to know what's next for the voiceless Aura? Do you wanna meet the Amazons? Then read this coming of age story in a world where fate is quite literal. WARNING: “The Girl Who Twisted Fate's Arm” contains drug use, low inhibitions, bilingual cursing, British spelling, European political correctness, a ton of stuff given in the metric system, worship of made-up corporate gods, Greek mythology reboots that are more heretical than Xena: Warrior Princess, references to male and female body parts, drinking, abuse, murder for hire, attempted murder, gangsterism, narcissism, transhumanism, LGBT characters, diversity, Dionysian orgies (alluded,) Greek folk music, fictional celebrity BTS, reckless driving on bikes, firing of guns (the kind that shoot people,) and the story of a girl who's just trying to do what she wants in life.