Stills: Moments In Time

Stills: Moments In Time

Stills: Moments in Time

"Stills" are moments in time or memory recollections of the author. The moments described span a period from the pre-teen years to the age of sixty. * From a child growing up in an inter-racial family in the island of Cuba during the decade of the fifties, to the sudden arrival and oppression of Communism. Followed by a migration to the United States in 1962 as an unaccompanied minor, a historical chapter that later would be known as the Pedro Pan Children. Soon after the father bid farewell to the son, the regime of Fidel Castro sentenced him to a 20-year prison term to serve at the Isla de Pinos concentration camp. In 1980, the Mariel boatlift, a controversial event that brought Cubans to American shores, provided the venue for the long awaited reunion in the free world. This achievement provided the turning point for the author to focus on his person and finally confront his inner most secret. However, many hurdles lied ahead of this decision. Then the journey continued... * This book is intended for an adult audience. For privacy protection, names have been changed where required.

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