Crocodile Island

Crocodile Island

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Revolutions, like crocodiles, eat their young. Five generations of Cubans have seen their lives wither as their island paradise languishes under a dictator's boot. Those who refuse to burn their dreams on the altar of a failed political doctrine take to the sea. The Florida Strait is a moat for those who stay, a bridge for those who cross it, or a tombstone for those who fail. Crocodile Island chronicles dreams of more

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  • Paperback | 258 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 16.51mm | 453.59g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508738947
  • 9781508738947

About E C Alzugaray

Eduardo Cervino Alzugaray, aka E. C. Brierfield, was born in Havana, Cuba. This novel is based on real events in the life of the author, the reason he decided to publish it under his real family name. The characters' names, except his own, have been changed to protect the identity of those persons still residing on the island. Lamentably, a few of those persons have passed away. They are still present in the author's memory, some with enormous affection, and others just as a significant part of the author's spiritual growth. As an architectural designer, Eduardo has traveled extensively throughout the US, Europe, and Latin America. He has lived in several countries, but his principal residence has been in the US since 1968. He resides in Arizona with his wife and writing collaborator, Les Brierfield. The author appreciates with all his heart the time you have dedicated to reading his work. You are invited to visit his website:"show more