Maniai Case File 1: The Girl And The Blood Slide (Maniai Case Files)

Maniai Case File 1: The Girl And The Blood Slide (Maniai Case Files)

by George Saoulidis

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BN ID: 2940156230983
Publisher: Mythography Studios
Publication date: 12/26/2018
Series: Maniai Case Files
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 313 KB

About the Author

Writer/Director. I enjoy taking ancient Greek myths and turning them into modern sci-fi spooky versions. I also like to write romantic comedies, and people seem to go "Awww!" over them, so why not? 
Many of my stories are icky, in various ways. I’m European, we have a higher tolerance for that kind of stuff. Plus, I’m inspired by mythology and Shakespeare, so if you can’t handle tragedy and bodily fluids, feel free to move on.
My photo has been redrawn by a neural network.

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Maniai Case File 1: The Girl And The Blood Slide 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Jhnellorx More than 1 year ago
I was given a free copy of this book in return for an honest review. The story started off in beautiful Greece, with Polybios Nicomidis nervously reporting to his first day on the job, at a place that was both menacing and exciting at the same time. We get a glimpse of the people working in the Ebola Division as well the ones working with Poly in the Rabies Division - the Communicable Diseases Investigators. Interesting characters; weird but interesting. We see glimpses foreshadowed by Neighbour’s Reports, adding to the suspense of the story. Who is this girl? What experiments?? Then we read about Emma. She’s a girl with a passion for - biology. Making her parents proud at first. Observing things under a microscope, even her own blood, leading to a an obsession - and a tragic situation. Their paths crossed when Poly and co-worker Zoe were sent to Emma’s town Kilkis, off Thessaloniki, to investigate a rabies incident... I can say that I enjoyed the story very well. It is of a unique structure, the pace was just right and the suspense was spectacular. It was easy to imagine this story as a movie, with the author’s style changing, alternating the chapters with narration, interviews from various neighbors, teachers and family members, even “video transcript” style. The plot was superb; even though there are hundreds of this type of stories in movies and books, this one had a particularly “unique” characteristic. The characters were realistic actually, easy to remember, possessing quirks that you see in everyday people in everyday life. A short read but a great one!