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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 3 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 9 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
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers rated it 10 years ago
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 10 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 10 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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