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Massimo is a scientist envisioning science fiction. He is an Active Member of SFWA (Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America) and published by Booktrope Publishing, LCC.
He spent years at CERN and at the Lawrence Berkeley Lab, then had leading positions with Apple Inc. and the World Economic Forum. He is also Partner in a new startup in Geneva for smartphones applications, TAKEALL SA, and co-founder of an IT service and consulting company in Big Data Analytics: Squares on Blue.
Massimo lives in France and crosses the border with Switzerland daily and multiple times, but no, he's not a smuggler.
With family, he lived on both sides of the Ocean Pond and they speak three languages at home, sometimes in the same sentence even! They feel home where loved ones and friends are and have friends in Italy, Spain, France, UK, Switzerland, Germany and the US.
Ah, as golf player, Massimo played courses in all those countries too. With mixed results...
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2012 PRG Reviewer's Choice Award Winner in Science Fiction
2013 Hall of Fame - Best in Science Fiction, Quality Reads UK Book Club
2013 PRG Reviewer’s Choice Award Winner in Science Fiction Series
2014 Finalist - Science Fiction - Indie Excellence Awards L.A.
2014 Award Winner - Science Fiction Honorable Mention - Readers' Favorite Annual Awards
J. C. Allen
on March 14, 2013 :
Although these love stories are not your usual happy-ever-after themes, they are all very well written. Mr. Marino has a talent for beautiful phrasing and storytelling.
'Tender Moments' is a macabre Poe-ish story of a traveling salesman who stops at the wrong house.
'Love is Forever' tells a twisted tale of a psychopath's 'gift' to a family.
'Till Death Do Us Part' is a love story of a man who takes his wedding vows very seriously.
'Mother's Love' tells of a son's never-ending quest to please his mother.
'A Love to Live For' presents a man who loses his job and then is betrayed by his wife.
Great job, Mr. Marino!
(reviewed long after purchase)