Though they have different tongues with the same thoughts, different faith with the same soul, different cultures with the same characters, from different lands in their hearts they met. Forbidden Love, Joy, and Trials is a short romantic yet heartbreaking story superbly written by LaTim, whose core substance is the racial issue faced by his characters in several affecting instances in their lives. LaTim drew concrete pictures through his words describing plausible conditions experienced by many couples bound in love, though in different races. Forbidden Love, Joy, and Trials will test one’s point of view on racial discrimination and will later on leave you to attest your own prejudices on the vast differences occurring in the world Forbidden Love, Joy, & Trials 2 ‘The story of my life is how I felt while reading this book, simply brilliant.’ Jules ‘Forbidden Love, Joy, & Trials 2 will leave you teary eyed. I couldn’t sleep for days.’ Brittany ‘Magnificent writing by LaTim. I had to constantly take cold shower while reading the first one. This one is even better; it will leave you in tears and test what your heart is made of.’ Cassie
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SHORTLISTED FOR THE SAMUEL JOHNSON PRIZE FOR NON-FICTION 2014 Discover the story of a real-life Captain Ahab of the slave trade, in a landmark book by one of today’s most original and highly acclaimed historians One morning in 1805, off a remote island in the South Pacific, seal hunter and abolitionist Captain Amasa Delano climbed aboard the Tryal, a distressed Spanish slaver. He spent all day on the ship, sharing food and water, yet failed to see that the slaves, having slaughtered most of the crew, were now their own masters. Later, when Delano realized the deception, he chased the ship down, responding with barbaric violence. Drawing on never-before-consulted records on four continents, Greg Grandin follows this group of courageous slaves and their persecutor from the horrors of the Middle Passage to their explosive confrontation. The Empire of Necessity is a gripping account of obsessive mania, imperial exploitation, and lost ideals, capturing the epic clash of peoples, economies, and faiths that was shaping the so-called New World and the Age of Revolution.
Robbed of marriage to the man she loved, Leah Bryce rears his daugther Miriam as her own. But her bitterness and desire for vengeance lead her to treat the girl with extreme cruelty, and when Miriam falls pregnant, Leah refuses to let her marry the father of her child. Leah's son Ralph has always loved the girl he believes to be his sister, and fights to subdue feelings that are more than brotherly. When he discovers Miriam's seducer has no intention of standing by her, he takes a terrible revenge: Saul Marsh will leave no other woman pregnant. But Miriam's trials are far from over. Her mother's hatred reaches new and evil heights - even on her deathbed she seeks to ruin the girl's happiness. Only when Leah's malign influence is removed for ever can Miriam overcome the horrors of her girlhood to find love and joy at last.