Kiran Dellimore 

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By Kiran Dellimore

Children of the ocean god

The year is 1795. The ideals of the French Revolution are sweeping their way across the Caribbean until they reach the shores of St. Vincent, an island inhabited by a tribe of mixed Amerindian and African ancestry called the Black Caribs. A dysfunctional peace treaty with Britain leads to simmering tensions with colonists motivated by greed. At a crucial moment, with British hegemony waning in the region, the Black Caribs foment an all-out war. Supported by French revolutionaries, they attempt to establish their status as “citizens of a free nation.” Based on actual events, Children of the Ocean God, transports readers to a fascinating period in history, capturing the nuances of colonization and slavery in the Caribbean, the revolutionary fervor of the times, and the dauntless, noble fighting spirit of the Black Caribs desperately trying to preserve their birthright.

About Kiran

Kiran Dellimore is a scientist, prolific inventor and aspiring writer who was born and raised on the eastern Caribbean island of Barbados, on February 3rd, 1979. He is the author of Squash Diary: The Story of How Squash Saved My Life, Fresh Ereba: A Collection of Caribbean Bedtime Stories and Walking in Footsteps of Promise.

Other Books

Fresh Ereba: A Collection of Caribbean Bedtime Stories for Children

Fresh Ereba is an enthralling collection of ten children’s bedtime stories told in the style of traditional Caribbean folk tales.

Squash Diary:The Story Of How Squash Saved My Life

A near-fatal car accident left Kiran unconscious near the roadside. Squash Diary takes you on an emotional roller coaster ride through Kiran’s recovery.

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