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Once Upon a Time in Jamaica - Part 1-bookcover

By: Don D. Plinton

Once Upon a Time in Jamaica - Part 1

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This book sheds light on important issues of the time, delving into the brutality of humanity and the consequences of violence in society. Readers will find the issues raised in this book both alarming and thought-provoking. The author examines the dark side of the human race and how some individuals are forever bent on mayhem and destruction.

However, the book also shows that even the most difficult adversity can be overcome with a little cooperation. The author highlights the power of collaboration and the need to root out bad influences before they become too strong to control.

Through powerful storytelling, the book highlights the harsh reality of Shakespeare’s famous words, that the “evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interred with their bones.” The author provides insights into the merciless actions of those without sympathy for their fellow human beings.

In conclusion, this book urges readers not to sit back and watch as the ears of wheat and tears of humanity grow together until the day of harvest. Instead, the author advocates for immediate action to root out the bad influences in society and promote positive change. This is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the darker side of human nature and how we can work together to overcome it.

Don D. Plinton is a retired civil servant. He always had the desire to write but never got around to doing so. Since retiring, Don has written articles but never tried to publish any. Not so long ago, he decided to do something about it. He published his first novel – one could say it was a trial run. The outcome wasn’t favourable but not because of him – the publishing was done hurriedly. Don got dismayed and gave up on the idea. However, at his family’s urging, he has taken up the baton once more.

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