Aegean Dream

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A true story set on the real 'Mamma Mia' island of Skopelos.

Comic and tragic by turns, Aegean Dream is a story of love, resilience, and the power of friendship.

- What’s it really like to live on a tiny Greek island?
- Why is the Greek economy so messed up?
- What IS ‘The Secret’?

...and how do mysterious skulls, Russian prostitutes, President Bush the elder, and Pierce Brosnan come into it? More

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About Dario Ciriello

Like most writers, Dario Ciriello has lived several lives in one and enjoyed an eccentric career trajectory. He’s worked in a warehouse, driven trucks, drag raced motorcycles, had a small import business, and enjoyed a twenty-five year career as a decorative painter.

"Aegean Dream," the tragi-comic memoir of the year Dario and his wife spent on the small Greek island of Skopelos (the actual "Mamma Mia! isalnd), enjoyed very robust sales in the UK through 2012 and is currently being translated for publication in Poland.

His first novel, "Sutherland's Rules," is an intelligent caper/thriller with elements of the police procedural and the spy novel, finished off with just a shimmer of the fantastic. "Sutherland's Rules" combines a fast-moving plot with fully-rounded, memorable characters.

Dario has also compiled, edited, and published three critically-acclaimed Science Fiction/Fantasy anthologies (the 'Panverse' series) for Panverse Publishing, of which he is both founder and Executive Editor.

Panverse Publishing is expanding and has six novels by various authors as well as one nonfiction title planned for 2013. You may visit them at www.panversepublishing.com for further information, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/panverse.

You can also read an interview with Dario at www.greekislandbooks.com and find him on Facebook and Goodreads.

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Review by: June Duff on March 31, 2012 : (no rating)
I enjoyed this book very much. Such a wonderful insite into what it is really like trying to live in a Greek Island.
Thankyou
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