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Yannis Karatsioris
Yannis Karatsioris is 31 years old and lives in Athens, Greece. He acts/directs and writes for the theater, narrates mystery stories live and, sometimes, authors fantasy novels. His tastes, dark and sarcastic, guide him to a style reminiscent of Neil Gaiman, Douglas Adams, Jonathan Stroud and... show more

Yannis Karatsioris is 31 years old and lives in Athens, Greece. He acts/directs and writes for the theater, narrates mystery stories live and, sometimes, authors fantasy novels. His tastes, dark and sarcastic, guide him to a style reminiscent of Neil Gaiman, Douglas Adams, Jonathan Stroud and Mikhail Bulgakov.
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Birth date: May 04, 1983
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A Voracious Reader
A Voracious Reader rated it 2 years ago
1.5 Book source ~ ARC. My review is voluntary and honest. Three very different guys with supernatural/unusual powers are brought together by some dude to get some weird book. The guy may be a god of some sort? Or maybe just some mythological entity? I have no idea. This story left me scratching ...
Lavinia
Lavinia rated it 7 years ago
Children writing letters is one of the funniest things in the whole world. 8 year old Paul writes to Mr. Alien, who is supposed to take over the world once the Earth as we know it will be destroyed (remember 2012). It starts as a survival kit for Mr. Alien, with sound advice on what to bring with hi...
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers
Note: A copy was graciously provided to me by the author.I always feel bad when a decent story theme that appeals to me ends up not working out, and given that I love fantasy/urban fantasy as a collective genre in all age ranges, I was all for reading this particular book in the get-go. Yannis Kara...
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it 8 years ago
3 men, 3 exceptional men. One can remote view and control fire. One can teleport. One can do all kinds of dark and dangerous things – and uses them to horrify and even kill. All 3 of them lead very different lives – but all 3 of them are brought to Moscow, 2 of them to kill and 1 of them to stealYet...
The Great Destroyer
The Great Destroyer rated it 8 years ago
The Book of the Forsaken follows the lives of three rather interesting individuals: Robert Cassidy, Daniel Maladie, and Igor Rubinstein. Now these fine individuals are called “puppets” and are supposedly controlled by a stronger force that is our narrator. They are also given a set of supernatural a...
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