This book can be described as a clear, keeping it real and succint portrayal of the personal growth journey of an African American man seen through his eyes beginning with a recounting of real life experiences obtained while growing up in his ancestral home in Guyana. Readers then get to travel along on this interesting journey through his young adult and middle age years while sharing in his adventures and travels as an immigrant in Canada.
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