Book Feature: The Book of the Forsaken (The Game #1) by Yannis Karatsioris

Posted on September 20, 2013

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The Book of the Forsaken (The Game, #1)

The Book of the Forsaken (The Game #1)

by Yannis Karatsioris

Blurb:

The Book of the Forsaken is a Dark Urban Fantasy set in Europe.

A sarcastic storyteller traps three characters in his web in order to get hold of a special book.

Daniel, Cassidy and Igor are three unique individuals, considered outcasts for different reasons. They are about to meet and stick together, as coincidences and forced situations lead them to a journey all around Europe.

As everyone is after the Book of the Forsaken, the coming Game is about to take place on the dark side of the moon. But there is a cost to that knowledge. Let alone to the wish to partake.

“The Book of the Forsaken” got the gold medal on authonomy.com’s HarperCollins UK hosted competition on Feb 1. 2012 and it recently hit the top 100 on Amazon’s Best selling list for Metaphysical Fiction.

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Where to Find It!!

GoodReads book’s page: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/15739212-the-book-of-the-forsaken
FB book’s page: https://www.facebook.com/TheBookOfTheForsaken
FB author’s page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Yannis-Karatsioris-Author/219293951499809
Amazon US Kindle: http://amzn.com/B008H7XUX2
Amazon US Paperback: http://amzn.com/1477647872
Amazon UK Kindle: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B008H7XUX2

About the Author:

Yannis Karatsioris

twitter username: mrkarats
genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Humor, Historical Fiction
influences: Neil Gaiman, Douglas Adams, Mikhail Bulghakoff
Yannis Karatsioris, Greek born and raised, is 30 years old and lives in Athens, Greece. He has already staged a play, published a fantasy novel in Greek and, after winning with “The Book of the Forsaken” the gold medal on HarperCollins’ competition on authonomy.com, is now making his first steps in the publishing world out of Greece.
His tastes, dark and sarcastic, guide him to a style reminiscent of Neil Gaiman, Douglas Adams, Jonathon Stroud and Mikhail Bulghakoff.
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