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The ambitious experiment of the eccentric scientist is the beginning of a revolutionary invention that will become an unexpected hope able to radically change the future of humankind on the planet. The answer to the dilemma over the disclosure or concealment of the invention on the part of the scientific community concerns the Moon and Doppler Crater, where the scientist discovers the century-old secret hidden inside of it. An advanced intelligent form he will come across is to become the yardstick against which to measure human foibles that, either deliberately or spontaneously, lead the planet to an untimely end.
The novel MOON – Parallel Lives is a tour de force straddling the divide between fiction and reality. It is an attempt to understand the nature of consciousness and the limits of human reason. At the same time, it is a journey that examines the possibility of man’s possible contact with an intelligent form of some kind, which is likely to have taken place in the past, and seems likely to happen in the future. Above all, though, it is a desperate attempt to free humans from the prison of obscurantism, superstition, immorality, and indifference.
Yiannis Christodoulou was born in Salonica in 1967, and at the age of seven he made his first steps in music and the piano. He commenced his studies on Natural Science, at first in France, and later on at a Greek university. Still, his passion for music led him to a professional music career and, more specifically, his great love, jazz. He made his first professional steps in this field in London in the late-eighties. However, his interests were closely linked with science and the theoretical aspects of scientific innovations. As of 1992, when he came back from London, he has permanently lived in Rhodes with his wife and two children. He works as a pianist at various luxury hotels on the island.