An award-winning author of short fiction, Natalie Bakopoulos presents her debut novel, The Green Shore, which chronicles the lives of four family members trying to survive under Greece's military dictatorship in the late 1960s. Deep in the night on April 21, 1967, a group of colonels engineer a coup d'Etat, overthrowing the Greek government. In the midst of this chaotic upheaval, student Sophie, her mother Eleni, her uncle Mihalis, and her younger sister Anna struggle with changes to their own family dynamic as well as the fraying fabric of their country.
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