Edward A. C. Frederick in The New Today

This book is surely a masterpiece! It can also be described as EPIC, in that the writer has proved himself to be an educator, indeed who is careful to be digestible to all levels.

This book’s recollection of vital aspects of the Grenada Revolution is so graphic and for the most part FACTUAL that I was able to identify with several of his pronouncements and relive the period in a way that I almost feel the need to be “debriefed” and “re-briefed” having completed.

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John Haylett in the Morning Star

Grenada made history in 1979 with the first revolution in the English-speaking Caribbean, but, as one of the Revo’s leaders Bernard Coard tells in his new book, it ended in disaster,

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Annie Paul in The Gleaner

On Friday, September 15, an emotion-wrought, politically fraught event took place at the University of the West Indies. The occasion was the launch of a book by Bernard Coard, former deputy prime minister of Grenada, called The Grenada Revolution: What Really Happened

Put on by the Department of Government, the launch featured speakers Heather Ricketts, head of the Department of Sociology, Social Work and Psychology, herself a Grenadian, Professor Rupert Lewis, Clinton Hutton and Bernard Coard himself.

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Richard J. Gibson on Amazon

 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ….and exacting account of the Grenada Revolution is the best there is in book form