So many books, so little time… Just in time for National Book Month, here are some new Greek books we’ve recently learned about. Add them to your reading list!
We love our books! This year we reviewed many books and introduced you to new authors. Let’s take a look back at 2018 Year in Review in Greek Books.
In his second book, From Pyrrhus to Cyprus, Billy Cotsis reveals the colonies, territories and empires founded by Greeks through the years. Read our review.
Peg Karadimas reviews The Storm, the final book of the haunting and intriguing trilogy, ‘The Lady of the Pier’, by Effrosyni Moschoudi.
Recently translated into English, Christos Ikonomou’s novel, Something Will Happen, You’ll See, gives voice to the everyday struggles of the Greek economic crisis.
In his book, First Passage, author Elias Kulukundis examines the duality of the life of a Greek-American child of immigrants, while coming of age.
Maria G. Mackavey’s colorful children’s book, Yiayia Meets Amalia, follows a grandmother’s trip to visit her granddaughter.