I must have been pretty busy in July 2022 not to have read this review properly. I remember it coming in—it’s from The Bite, a London-based magazine—and thinking, ‘That’s great, it’s positive, add that to the files,’ but it really deserves a bit of a highlight here.
Jada Brookes (a nom de plume for author Sharon Brown) reviewed Panos: My Life, My Odyssey, and the book gets the benefit of two pages in The Bite. She calls Panos’s passion for helping people ‘heartwarming’, and concludes:
There is so much valuable information, events, personal and dangerous encounters, and heartwarming moments; too numerous to mention in this review. Panos: My Life, My Odyssey is a highly pleasurable read; with the most minute details and human endeavours, you virtually know everything you need about Panos Papadopoulos. He allows the reader into his intimate space with the good and ugly and leaves nothing unturned.