The Parrot Talks in Chocolate: The Life and Times of a Hawaiian Tiki Bar

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Createspace Independent Pub, 2009 - Fiction - 164 pages
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A mythical Hawaiian Tiki bar, and it's eclectic patrons help tell the story of our young hero as he discovers love in the tropics. Tiwaka, the parrot, trades chocolate covered nuts for words of wisdom and watches the wild and often mystical adventures unfold. You'll laugh, cry and insist on buying your plane tickets immediately, to Tiwaka's Tiki Bar & Grill.

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About the author (2009)

Everett Peacock currently lives on Maui, with his wife Della, three children and various animals out on their coconut farm. This book encompasses his decades of Hawaiian lifestyle into a celebration of all that is magical about his home, and ingrained inside everyone of us. He lives completely "off-grid" enjoying the bounty of the tropics with Solar electricity and purified rain water. You can often find him on Facebook, the web and of course, up in the tree house.

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