Tuesday, July 2, 2013

{Book Review} "The End of Athens" by Anthony Karakai

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Book Description:


In the year 2091, humans have lost the ability to dream. After decades of financial and social depression, dreams and aspirations have become a recessive gene—an impossibility of the modern mind.

Greece is one of the worst social and economic disaster zones, and all hope of a better future has been lost. One young man, Nikos, discovers that he is not like everybody else—there is something different about him.

Believing that he may be going crazy, he soon discovers that he is the only person in Greece who has inherited the ability to dream. Time is running out as the government continues its tirade of corruption and suppression against the people, and Nikos must find a way to teach others how to dream so that once more society can free itself from the shackles of mental slavery.


About the Author, Anthony Karakai:



Anthony Michael Karakai was born in Melbourne, Australia, and is a dual citizen of Hungary. Holding an International Business degree, he is also a qualified percussionist and music producer, having studied music extensively since the age of seven. Working in journalism, his work has been published in various magazines and websites. With an insatiable appetite for travel and an eagerness to explore off the beaten path, Karakai travels at every opportunity- his travels and ongoing commitment to exploring the world are what inspires him to write.


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Review:


Anthony pens "The End of Athens" in a realistic and complex plot that will keep you thinking for some time. His characters are very well developed, believable and at times a bit magickal. This book captivated me from the very beginning and would not let me go, even days after I finished reading it. Highly recommended for all mystery, thriller and suspense fans.

I give "The End of Athens" a 5 star rating.


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