E.A. Samuels’ Audiobook, ‘The Triangle Route’, is an autobiography detailing a Jamaican immigrant’s life as one of the earliest arrivals of the Windrush generation in the UK

E.A. Samuels, a Jamaican-born author who has lived in both the United Kingdom and the United States, has completed his new audiobook, “The Triangle Route”: a compelling tale of the woes of the first three decades of his life.
On October 14 of 1948, Samuels first saw the light of day, an event of no historical significance to the world at large but one of some obvious importance to him. In this book, he has chosen to trace certain aspects of his early life experiences through the eyes and perspectives of his boyhood and early adult life, reflecting the wonderment, curiosity, hopes, and insecurities of youth. As a member of the baby boomer generation, Samuels has witnessed events unfold in a remarkable period in human history. This period has witnessed the development of pop music, notably rock and roll and reggae. It was the period during which man undertook the beginning of space exploration, created astonishing advances in medical science, and orchestrated the development and spread of computerization. This included the launch of the world wide web, precursor to the internet.
Published by Audiobook Network, author E.A. Samuels’ new audiobook is an exhilarating book reflecting the struggles of growing up in three different countries while remaining connected to his culture.
Discussing his early life as one of the earliest of the Windrush generation immigrants to England, Samuels tells of his experiences of those early days through the perspective of a boy. He writes about the clash at that time in Birmingham between the English, Caribbean and Indian cultures. He writes of the Spartan living arrangements, strange British customs and the difficulty in adapting to this new way of life. Sent back to the Caribbean, he endured the loneliness of being away from his parents, who remained in England. Though they assured he was provided for, their truancy during his formative years took a lasting emotional toll.
Listeners can purchase the audiobook edition of “The Triangle Route: The Extraordinary Journey of an Ordinary Man” by E.A. Samuels through Audible, the Apple iTunes Store, or Amazon.
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