Fiction

Paperback, B Format
125mm x 190mm, 243 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9930395-5-3


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On Kindle £5.99

Paperback, B Format
125mm x 190mm, 243 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9930395-5-3


£7.99 + p&p

On Kindle £5.99

Red Hibiscus

 

Red Hibiscus  tells the story of three ancient seers and their foreknowledge of China’s colonization. Chu hua, Zhaohui and Ren face gods, demons and human forces in this thrilling fantasy adventure to safeguard China’s empire. Blessed or cursed with foresight and other mystical abilities, the trio are caught up in a legendary fight for the future of their country and for their very own lives.

About the Author


Scott Ting-A-Kee has a Bachelor’s of Arts in English Literature from the University of Guyana. He is the recipient of the Joyce Adler Prize for 'Best Graduating Student in Literature' from the University of Guyana, 2016. He has worked as a teacher and as an Assistant Examiner for CAPE Literatures in English. He is passionate about the interdisciplinary study of literature and comparisons between the literature of the East and West.  Red Hibiscus is his first novel. 

Something Buried in the Yard

 

Journeys into the Guyanese subconscious imagination where identities are configured not by politics and race but cultural and collective experiences. The spiritual practice of Komfa is performed as a sacred ancestral rite and healing of the nation. It is set in 1992, at the time of the election that ended the 28 year rule of the African led People’s National Congress, and which gained victory for the East Indian led People’s Progressive Party. Explored through the eyes of ancestral spirits, this powerfully intriguing narrative compels all its characters to re-examine personal histories and ways of interacting with each other and their world.

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The Awakening 

This collection of poems chart an emotional development and the individual's search of a quiet place from which to feel at ease with the political, social and cultural experiences of life. 

Published: October 2014
Paperback, A Format
94 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9930395-0-8


£5.99 +p&p

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© 2014 by Way Wive Wordz. 

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