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The “Scorpionfish” is a literary fiction novel for the readers. Natalie Bakopoulos is the author of this fiction novel. Natalie has written numerous fiction books and all of them are interesting. She is an assistant professor of creative writing at Wayne State University and a faculty member of the summer program writing workshops in Greece. In this novel, Natalie Bakopoulos describes a pretty girl, Mira. Her parents died in a road accident, and Mira returns to her childhood home in Athens. She feels uncomfortable without her parents and crying to think about her future life. She founds a new neighbor, who was a longship captain, Mira, and captain’s voice drift across the balconies of their apartment.

The Captain, a mature older man who prefers to sleep in his apartment next door to Mira’s rather than return to his home, and his own children and wife. Mira had a boyfriend, who has recently become engaged to a movie star. She shares everything about their ex-friend with the captain and feels secure. To now about further, read this fiction and thriller novel. This story has many surprising twists and turns, and characters with secrets and depths that provide for some very satisfying revelations. Scorpionfish brings a meaningful story with deep characters. To sum it up, Scorpionfish is a lovely novel about a woman finding herself.

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Detail About Scorpionfish by Natalie Bakopoulos PDF

  • Name: Scorpionfish
  • Author: Natalie Bakopoulos
  • ISBN: 1947793756
  • Language: English
  • Genre: Cultural Heritage Fiction, Literary Fiction, Coming of Age Fiction
  • Format: PDF/ePub
  • Size: 2 MB
  • Page: 256
  • Price: Free

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