This audiobook includes a collection of 12 stories and poems drawn from Davis Deen's Trinidadian background. The writing is warm and rich, rooted in and uttering from the Caribbean oral tradition.
This debut collection reflects the views of the ancestral storytelling spirit to change, to adapt, to grow both culturally and socially.
Fans of Lawrence Scott and Anthony Joseph will cherish this collection.
©2013 Davis Deen (P)2014 Davis Deen
My interests are in. Personal development, public speaking , health, physical fitness, travel and healthy cultural interaction.
Time covers all.
The old man.
The drunks walk home
Yes. had to listen as much as I could before I had to start work.
I've decided to be a literary enthusiast and inspired creative who doesn't feel guilty for LISTENING to books. #ItAintCheatingIfYouLoveIt
The nostalgia, emotional investment, laughter and pride that came from listening to this audiobook was totally unexpected, but very much appreciated. From my desk, in a grey office, amidst the paperwork and emails, I was able to connect with my grandparents and caribbean relatives as a result of Deen's magical storytelling.
The story of Anansi was beautifully told. It was nice to relive a tale I haven't heard since I was a little girl, and it's amazing how drawn I was to the hooks, the comedy and the lesson. The 'timelessness' of it all was much appreciated.
His voice is so warm and familiar; essential for this type of book.
I laughed...a lot...serious belly laughs!
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