Ebook [East Wind young adult paranormal] author Jacqueline Richards


  • Kindle Edition
  • 236
  • East Wind
  • Jacqueline Richards
  • English
  • 17 June 2017
  • null

10 thoughts on “East Wind

  1. says:

    These authors have a done another amazing job at captivating their readers with a great read They make true storie

  2. says:

    East Wind is a first person account spanning roughly ten years The author and her young son lived in Africa duri

  3. says:

    Strong read full of captivating tales and experience from an american expat and her adventurous son

  4. says:

    Set in Namibia in the late 70's this is the account of the author's experience as a partner running a restaurant boarding house Pretty much each chapter stands alone as an account of someone they had contact with or a specific event The book ends in 1982 when she and her son Lessil moved back to the States when he was in h

  5. says:

    This was an interesting read as far as the descriptions of life in Namibia as viewed by an American woman and her son The narrative itself was not in any way compelling reading There was little drama and no suspense It’s one of those books that’s easy to set down and hard to pick up again However I am glad I read it if only for the knowledge I gained about a place I am sure I will never visit My interest wa

  6. says:

    A somewhat interesting look at the life of a mother and son who spend ten years working and trying to exist in Nambia This is a recollection of their lives as they run a local restaurant While it gives the reader

  7. says:

    I enjoyed East Wind A True Story by Jacueline Richards and Lessil Richards I learned about the country of Namibia in southwestern Africa The authors did a good job of describing the country the people countryside and what it was like as an American to live thereI would recommend this book to readers who like non fiction Africa and living as an American in a foreign country

  8. says:

    kindle memoir

  9. says:

    Interesting storythe author lived in Africa during some brutal times which she told little about and wrote instead about the problems being a partner in a restaurantboardinghouse

  10. says:

    Free book bub selection was pretty good for a free book

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Jacqueline Richards ì 0 Read

East Wind

JJ's through heartfelt trials and tribulations with memories of uniue people and captivating experiences A compelling page turner that is well worth the read kindle memoir

Free download ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ì Jacqueline Richards

This is the amazing true story of the ten years that the authors spent in the country of South West Africa now known as Namibia During the last three years o East Wind is a first person account spanning roughly ten years The author and her young son lived in Africa during this time working as a business partner of a guest establishment called JJ s Although none of this story involves glamorous events or extreme adventures reading about the daily trials and difficulties encountered is uite eye opening We cannot all have all experiences ourselves Reading a story like this affords us a glimpse into a different life and window in time and space East Wind is a worthwhile read

Free read East Wind

F their stay Jacuie Richards co owned a restaurant and boarding house in the sea side resort town of Swakopmund This book follows the owners and boarders of A somewhat interesting look at the life of a mother and son who spend ten years working and trying to exist in Nambia This is a recollection of their lives as they run a local restaurant While it gives the reader a look at life in Nambia from an ex patriate s perspective it speaks little of the natives The descriptions of the land are good This is a uick and cursory look at life in Nambia from their point of view