The sirens' strain

A man blindfolded and tied up to a ship mast. Two companions at the oars.
The boat of life, rather than a sturdy hull, seems more likely as a wreck without sails and helm, floating on a sea out of space and time, in a distressing and motionless drift towards far-off and unreachable dockings, different for each of the three seamen. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781476323954
About Andrea Adriani

Andrea Adriani was born and lives in Umbria, Italy. Besides his freelance occupation as a structural engineer, he has always been committed to writing and literary fiction. As a dramatist, he is the author of one-act plays, some of which have been performed, as well as of translations and adaptations for the stage.
Currently he is working on a series of short stories and a full-length novel.

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