“On a beach in Greece – accessible only by sea or down a steep path – the waves caress the land, crash against the rocks, keep watch at night and doze in the noonday sun.”

Spun Glass

Visitors include Aphrodite, whose house is above the shore, and her family from Athens. An English couple, who own the only other house visible from the beach, their children and these youngsters’ friends. An Albanian migrant seeking work. A castaway from ancient Athens trying to return home. And the Fates.

They seek safe passage or new paths to follow amidst a chorus of overlapping voices – as the past hums in the background and tomorrow spreads its wings. The beach is a beautiful, wild place where everyone is more than they appear, and a single year can shape the course of a life.

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