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Youthanasia [PDF / Epub] ★ Youthanasia ✪ Loretta Giacoletto – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A short story comparable to 31 printed pages of subtle horror Plus an excerpt from another short story Frankie's Prayers Lidia and Simon Drago are living their last hoorah a European vacation financed A short story comparable to printed pages of subtle horror Plus an excerpt from another short story Frankie's Prayers Lidia and Simon Drago are living their last hoorah a European vacation financed by insurance money they received when their house burned down On the night train from Paris to Florence they encounter a stranger who directs them to a lovely pensione in Florence There a clever artist agrees to depict the Dragos not as they look now but how they appeared in their prime If only Lidia and Simon hadn’t talked to the stranger or taken his advice about the pensione If only they hadn’t been so vain wanting to recapture their youth so their unborn grandchild would know how glamorous they’d been in their youth—a younger version of JFK and Jackie If only Lidia could convince the artist Peppe to give her and Simon another chance If only.


About the Author: Loretta Giacoletto

Loretta Giacoletto has been named a finalist in the and Soon to be Famous Illinois Author Project for her sagas Family Deceptions and Chicago's Headmistress She divides her time between the St Louis Metropolitan area and Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks where she concentrates on writing fiction essays and her blog Loretta on Life while her husband cruises the waters for bass and crap.



10 thoughts on “Youthanasia

  1. Inge Inge says:

    Well worth the ReadI very much enjoyed this story The descriptions were so vivid I felt like I was travelling along with this couple Their trip takes an eerie turn when they meet a stranger on a train I won't give away the ending but will just say that it was not what they were hoping for


  2. Jacquel Jacquel says:

    Interestingbut it left too many unanswered uestionsWhile the book was good I must admit that it was confusing at various times and the ending left much to be desired


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