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Adventures of a Guyanese Son Dennis (Fish) By Norma Jean
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The stories in this book, the third is the series of stories from Guyana, are memories from my husband's childhood. They tell the life of a young Guyanese boy, Dennis, and his passion for his family... More > and the game of cricket.< Less
Adventures of a Guyanese Son Dennis (Fish) By Norma Jean, Andrea Bridge
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The stories in this book, the third is the series of stories from Guyana, are memories from my husband's childhood. They tell the life of a young Guyanese boy, Dennis, and his passion for his family... More > and the game of cricket.< Less
Adventures of a Guyanese Son Dennis (Fish) By Norma Jean
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The stories in this book, the third is the series of stories from Guyana, are memories from my husband's childhood. They tell the life of a young Guyanese boy, Dennis, and his passion for his family... More > and the game of cricket.< Less
What a friend we have in Jesus By Mark Jacobs
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This is probably the first book ever written by a Guyanese about their own travels in the Caribbean (and the diaspora) - and it is refreshing that Mark Jacobs seeks to put this Guyanese visitor gaze... More > on Haitian life. So often people have come to Guyana and written about their time here, that it is a relief to see this reversed gaze (One day we might get best sellers who return to India and to United Kingdom and USA and write those nice kind of patronising travelogues). The first story is 'black woman and child'. Mark writes about black woman in Haiti and in Guyana beating/threatening to beat a child. In 'madame' about love Guyana style with Haitian overtones. The other vignettes are short incisive reflections, moments in time about the experiences in Haiti. About police who beat people and police who give people a lift on the road ; about magic and about reality. Some of the stories are funny, but the laughter is a kind of alternative reaction to anger . Vidyaratha Kissoon< Less
Roll Over By Malcolm Alves
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This is Guyana as most Guyanese remember it. Roll Over captures the essence of growing up in the Guyana that used to be and no longer exists. Anyone who has ever been to or was associated with... More > Guyana or the West Indies would enjoy this humorous yet poignant adventure.< Less
Roll Over By Malcolm Alves
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This is Guyana as most Guyanese remember it. Roll Over captures the essence of growing up in the Guyana that used to be and no longer exists. Anyone who has ever been to or was associated with... More > Guyana or the West Indies would enjoy this humorous yet poignant adventure.< Less
Rhythmic Revolution By James Paul aka Pablo
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An original collection of 50 free verse, contemporary poems penned to bridge divides of class and culture through lyrical introspection. “Rhythmic Revolution” taps into sources from the... More > eclectic and elemental to the cultic and controversial, to paint lyrical portraits that remind the wealthy of the plight of the poor, the healthy of the demise of the sick, and the privileged of the woes of the disenfranchised. “Poetic Justice” exposes overt racism and proposes a revolutionary response. “The Moribund Café” shines a sobering light on war veterans dispatched to wither and die in asylums and hospices. The anguish of parents whose infant is diagnosed with Down’s syndrome is poignantly captured in “A Rose Unfurled”; and “Mount Oppression” elucidates the demise and redemption of victims of physical abuse. Let the revolution begin! Get your copy now!< Less
Rhythmic Revolution By James Paul aka Pablo
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An original collection of 50 free verse, contemporary poems penned to bridge divides of class and culture through lyrical introspection. “Rhythmic Revolution” taps into sources from the... More > eclectic and elemental to the cultic and controversial, to paint lyrical portraits that remind the wealthy of the plight of the poor, the healthy of the demise of the sick, and the privileged of the woes of the disenfranchised. “Poetic Justice” exposes overt racism and proposes a revolutionary response. “The Moribund Café” shines a sobering light on war veterans dispatched to wither and die in asylums and hospices. The anguish of parents whose infant is diagnosed with Down’s syndrome is poignantly captured in “A Rose Unfurled”; and “Mount Oppression” elucidates the demise and redemption of victims of physical abuse. Let the revolution begin! Get your copy now!< Less
Adventures of a Black Poet in Poland By James Paul aka Pablo
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Pablo's creative brush paints a masterpiece of 30 narrative poems inspired by vivid memories of his culture-shocking experiences as a young afro-guyanese medical student in Communist Poland during... More > the early 1980's, a period of strife, turmoil and suppression of the polish free spirit. Guaranteed to educate, amuse and inspire the poet in you.< Less
Adventures of a Black Poet in Poland By James Paul aka Pablo
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Pablo's creative brush paints a masterpiece of 30 narrative poems inspired by vivid memories of his culture-shocking experiences as a young afro-guyanese medical student in Communist Poland during... More > the early 1980's, a period of strife, turmoil and suppression of the polish free spirit. Guaranteed to educate, amuse and inspire the poet in you.< Less