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    • The Path to the Moon

    • By: Omiros Avramidis
    • Narrated by: Omiros Avramidis, Natasa Bozini
    • Length: 6 hrs and 34 mins
    • Unabridged
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    "When night falls, the moon will come towards you, and I, from the foreign contry I will be follow it every night. I will follow the way of the Moon and will fall in your lap... These thoughts that were never expressed were interrupted by the siren of Queen Mary that sounded for last time. The waters beneath the ocean liner began boiling, while over gunwale hundreds of bodies leaned towards the waterfront, and hundreds of hands waved swinging left and right in a farewell that came from the depths of the soul."

    Regular price: £12.09

    • Mea Culpa

    • A play based on a true story
    • By: Konstantinos Rodis
    • Narrated by: Konstantinos Rodis, Ioannis Kifonidis, Natasa Bozini, and others
    • Length: 1 hr and 10 mins
    • Unabridged
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    What may be hiding behind the closed doors of a house? What is the true relationship of family members? How people face their fellow human beings who have a disabilities? What is right and what is wrong? In the early '70s, Zoe, looks after her son Stavros who was born with mental retardation in an era without social support and possibilities of integration and special education.

    Regular price: £8.69

    • Parallel Worlds

    • By: Evdolkia Kimoliati
    • Narrated by: Nelly Gini, Sotiria Kolozou, Spyros Koliavasili, and others
    • Length: 3 hrs and 45 mins
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    Margarita didn't live her pregnancy like it was a gift from the heavens. Locked up in a conformist society in Athens, she can't breathe. One day, she decides to leave everything behind to become a writer. In Paris where she now lives, she must deal with the fact that she abandoned Maria (Massa), her daughter, to be able to write. Meanwhile, Massa creates the image of her mother, through stories that she imagines. This book, Parallel Worlds, is the place where they meet.

    Regular price: £10.39