Item description for Ladies Jamaican by Caroline Foster...
A tongue in cheek novel, steeped with raging, raw emotion that is guranteed to raise many eyebrows. This is the exciting story of three divergent personalities with different backgrounds and skin tones. All are lost in the murky fogs of self doubt and insecurity that ruled their lives, shadowing their self-respect, independence and values. NADIA - A victim of abuse and betrayal. A young mother who is afraid to move forward, afraid to let go. HELEN - Brought up to believe that, "Anything darker than a grain of sand is no good." Yet she falls in love with a dark-skinned, dread-locked Rasta she wants to hate. MARJORIE - The eldest, is trapped by routine, low self-esteem and bulima. She is still involved with her re-married ex-husband of eleven years. Unlikely friends, Nadia, Helen and Marjorie, as only real friends can, empower each other to love , trust and explore their passions. Together they stand tall, with the warmth of the sun on their faces. They are strong, proud Jamaican women-Ladies Jamaican.
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Studio: LMH Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 5.8" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Oct 10, 2004
Publisher LMH Publishing Company
ISBN 9768184949 ISBN13 9789768184948
Availability 75 units. Availability accurate as of Apr 28, 2017 11:42.
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More About Caroline Foster
Caroline Foster has an academic affiliation as follows - Specialist Registrar in Paediatric Infectious Diseases, St. Mary's Hos.
Reviews - What do customers think about Ladies Jamaican?
A good read--Authentically Jamaican! Dec 28, 2008
I enjoyed the book which had good elements of drama and a solid story about sisterhood. You can tell that this piece is written by someone who has spent time on the island, the imagery is colorful and true to life and it tackled some real topics such as the "color" issue, class and domestic violence. I would have liked to see more engaging writing but otherwise it is a solid read.