Oki's Island

Oki is fishing near his island-—the only land he has ever known-—when a storm arises. When the clouds clear, he finds he's lost at sea with only his wits and the meager provisions in his outrigger to sustain him. As he searches for home, he discovers islands both strikingly similar and strangely different from his own; people and places that challenge everything he believes to be true.

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Words: 15,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781892442369
About Kenny Kemp

Kenny Kemp is an award-winning and best-selling author and filmmaker, whose memoir Dad Was a Carpenter won the Grand Prize in the National Self-Published Book Awards sponsored by Writers’ Digest magazine. Shortly thereafter, he was signed by HarperCollins to write a multi-volume historical fiction series set in Judea at the time of Christ. In addition, he continues to self-publish and speak at writers’ conferences, encouraging new writers to find a way to get published. When not writing, he works as a contractor, practices law, and flies his private plane.

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