Similar to the "books" thread, I need suggestions.
We are going back in June. In the mean time, it's snowing in the Midwest and I need to take my depressed mind elsewhere. What are good Carribean reads (fiction or non) that will get me in the proper mindset? Thanks.
I suggest The Pirate's Daughter by Margaret Cezair-Thompson.
An Amazon reviewer describes it very well:
"Its a wonderful story about a teenage girl, Ida, on the island of Jamaica and her crush on film star Errol Flynn who befriends her Father and sets up residence on the island. Flynn takes a shine to Ida and seduces her and she then finds herself pregnant by him at the age of 16. The story then follows both Ida and her daughter, May, through the next 30 years including civil unrest and shocking violence on their beloved sushine island."
Last edited by Dawn; April 15th, 2013 at 06:33 PM.