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EXCERPT CHAPTER 32 MY NAME IS MAHATAA

En and I would part ways soon. I had already packed for Shuri what little clothing and books I owned. En, too, would leave after me to make his way to China, his true homeland that he had yet to discover. Before saying our farewells, we agreed to meet for one last walk to our […]

EXCERPT CHAPTER 11 MY NAME IS MAHATAA

I see the story of Hanaa and Mateus as a kind of romantic play. The two lovers in the black market alley in the South. Great-Grandmother Hanaa, as a young woman, dressed in her best kimono, which by standards of the South was simple, leisurely browsing the open marketplace lined with vendors. Her eye instantly […]

MY NAME IS MAHATAA EXCERPT CHAPTER 31

CHAPTER 31 THE MONK RETURNS “Konnichiwa!” A voice called out a joyous greeting and echoed as if spoken from the top of a high mountain. I recognized the caller and immediately ran to the entrance to greet my teacher. The old Monk made good on his promise to return quickly to give me his last […]

9 REVIEWS ON AMAZON FOR MY NAME IS MAHATAA

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Read To Clear The Mind, August 10, 2011 By dmd – See all my reviews This review is from: My Name is Mahataa (Paperback) Story revolves around the life of a young girl and her adventures as she meets important spiritual guides. Great read for young adults to adults […]