“Even with the best of intentions, cruelty is just around the corner.“
The Daimones Trilogy deals with many themes, from survival and the rebirth of the race of man after an alien apocalypse, to love and romance in a dying world, and the rise of new ethics and morals.
Every name in the trilogy bears a symbolic meaning. Eridu was long considered to be the earliest city in southern Mesopotamia, and is still today argued to be the oldest city in the world. Located 12 km southwest of Ur, Eridu was the southernmost of a conglomeration of Sumerian cities that grew about temples, almost in sight of one another.
a) Guess at least 10 locations and win ONE ebook at your choice: either Daimones (The Daimones Trilogy) (Volume 1), or Once Humans (The Daimones Trilogy Book 2), or The Rise of the Phoenix: Daimones Trilogy, Vol.3
b) Guess at least 18 locations and win TWO ebooks at your choice in the Daimones Trilogy.
c) Guess 25 locations or more and win the complete THREE ebooks of the Trilogy together in The Daimones Trilogy: Omnibus Edition
And now, have fun and discover Eridu, or Earth after the apocalypse and the end of the events narrated in the first volume of the trilogy. (click on each picture for a larger version.)
Massimo Marino is a scientist envisioning science fiction. He spent years at CERN and The Lawrence Berkeley Lab followed by lead positions with Apple, Inc. and the World Economic Forum. He is also co-founder of “Squares on Blue”, a Big Data Analytics service company.
Massimo currently lives in France and crosses the border with Switzerland multiple times daily, although he is no smuggler.
As a Scientist, he envisions Science Fiction and went from smashing particles at accelerators at SLAC and CERN to smashing words on a computer screen.
He’s the author of multi-awarded Daimones Trilogy and an author with Booktrope Publishing, LCC.
• 2013 Hall of Fame – Best in Science Fiction, Quality Reads UK Book Club