Passage From England

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Passage From England is the emotional journey of a man’s search for home that interweaves the adventures and tragedies of his Post-WWII immigrant childhood in America’s 50s and 60s with the experiences of his early retirement in the U.S. Virgin Islands. More

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About Frank Zajaczkowski

Born in Lincoln, England in 1950, he divides his time between Los Angeles and St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. He is married and has two children. He has previously written a novel (High Pocket), a libretto for classical opera (Ode To Phaedra), as well as a number of screenplays. This is his first memoir.


Review by: Shen Tneoh on July 02, 2013 : (no rating)
I started reading Passage from England and found I couldn't put it down caught in the adventures of Frank Zajaczkowski. Having come from England with his family, trying to fit in to the middle class suburbs of California all the while witnessing his family fall apart with his Polish father's alcoholism. Young Frank has such chutzpah. This story is interweaved with the post retirement Frank and his wife migrating to caribeean Island of St Thomas. I finished the whole story in 2 sittings eager for the continuations and wondering what happened to the rest of his family especially Mary and John.
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