This book is the life story and memoir of a young boy growing up on a small island in the Caribbean. It is vivid and dramatic, and should appeal to a large audience. The story is common to many young men and women growing up in the Caribbean, and their struggle to assimilate and adopt to rapid changes in population, education, and exposure to the outside world. Because the stories are non-fictions, and are related to actual historic events, many historical facts may be gleaned from these accounts. Many of the accounts are comical and make for easy reading and comprehension. Many Virgin Islanders will recognize names, places and events that took place over the 30 years period that the story covers, and it is sure to generate vibrant discussions whenever this book is discussed.
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Published April 10, 2013
Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography, History.