‘Crossroad: The number 49’ By Christina Atmatzidou

Noel-Giorgio Brown, never had a choice. Having a violent father, a mother victim of his outbursts as well as a depressed sister, he succumbs to multiple personality disorder, dragging innocent souls into his path. He, and the voices which live in his head, holding the hostage at home on Crossroad Street, number forty-nine.

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