Gabe would you mind sharing Emiliano's review:

Available at Amazon.com or skip...@live.com.au


Thanks


Skip


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*From:* Emiliano Joanes
*Sent:* Wednesday, 12 October 2016 3:14 PM
*To:* Cyprian Fernandes
*Subject:* Re: Yesterday in Paradise.

Of course.
You can publish it where you want.

Emiliano

On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 5:39 PM, Cyprian Fernandes <skip...@live.com.au>
wrote:

> Emiliano,
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> Can I share this on Goan sites/newspapers? Or would you
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> be kind enough to do that?
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> Cyprian
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> *From:* Emiliano Joanes <emiliano.joa...@gmail.com>
> *Sent:* Wednesday, 12 October 2016 5:35 AM
> *To:* Cyprian Fernandes
> *Subject:* Yesterday in Paradise.
>
>
> *Yesterday in Paradise*
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> By Cyprian Fernandes
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> It is said, “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” but I loved the cover of
> Cyprian Fernandes’s book *Yesterday in Paradise. *The backdrop of the
> Savanah with a cheetah in the foreground and insets of wild life pictures
> of Kenya and Nairobi city as it is today makes the cover very appealing.
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> Was the book as good as its cover? Of course, it is a page turner. Page
> after page, it revealed the challenging, exciting life of Cyprian as a
> journalist.
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> “Fill my butt with pain killing injections and give me a pair of crutches,
> and give me a letter saying I am in great pain,” Cyprian told the doctors
> in the Medical Emergency Room of the Munich Olympic Games after faking
> severe pains in his legs. He was told he has to be hospitalised.
>
> “No, no,” Cyprian pleaded. “I am a journalist and have to cover the field
> and track events.”
>
>  That did the trick. Cyprian crutched his way into the Olympic arena the
> first journalist in the world to interview medal winners. This is the type
> of stuff true journalists are made of to get a story. Cyprian has proved it
> time and time again his unhindered probing into investigative journalism in
> Kenya and internationally. It is no surprise that Cyprian had a bullet with
> his name when it came to Kenyan politics with behind the scene revelations
> of murder, assassinations, killings by the Mau Mau and corruptions in the
> government.
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> There are chapters in the book that are uplifting to read. *Birth of the
> Gold Rush – *Kenya’s Olympic Heroes. *Joe Zuzarte Murumbi* – a rare
> African politician and a honest man. Fr.Hannan, paedophile – a very sad,
> disturbing story. And *The African Goan – *an insight into the Goan
> psyche and the gradual disappearance of the Goan in the future. This
> chapter will not sit well with the ageing male Goans that are unfairly
> referred to as *dodderers* but not by Cyprian.
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> The book is an excellent read. It is:
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> A page-turner.
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> An engaging tale.
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> Interesting and informative.
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> A Kenya of yesterday.
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> Truly, *Yesterday in Paradise - *lost!
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> Every Goan should list it as a must book to read.
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> Emiliano Joanes
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> Canada.
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Emiliano Joanes




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