DESOUVRE’S NOVEL TAKES READERS ON A DANGEROUS QUEST
Desouvre captures the complexity of the human spirit in this fictional, yet realistic culturally relevant mystery
WEST PALM BEACH, FL – MANDEL PUBLIC LIBRARY SUNDAY, APRIL 30th 2pm
Meet Desouvre on Sunday May 22nd, 2016 at the Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach in the Hibiscus Room, 3rd Floor. Desouvre will be reading and signing from his debut novel, To Whom Much is Given now available on Amazon.com and other online bookstores.
“Engaging and impossible to put down,” To Whom Much is Given, is Yanatha Desouvre's debut novel which readers have described as “James Bond meets Luther; with a dash of Marvel’s X-Men, Mission Impossible sprinkled with Haitian hot sauce.” Among action packed cliff hangers, Desouvre captures the complexity of the human spirit in this fictional, yet realistic culturally relevant mystery brimming in believable and intentionally broken characters, leaving you wondering what is next for this witty and courageous crew.
Childhood friends Grayson and Amara, along with Dominique, Amara's closest friend embark on a dangerous pursuit to rescue Amara's nephew Jason. Little do they know where this quest will take them or how dangerous the forces behind this kidnapping are. The darkness of the past haunts these brave friends as they embark on this journey. Will they be able to save Jason in time?
Yanatha Desouvre, a prolific author, was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, grew up in Brooklyn, N.Y., and Philadelphia, P.A. Desouvre has written eight books, titled, "Walk Through this Journey: Volume One and Two (The Next Step Forward);" "A Family Affair;" "Savor the Moments", "An Essential Guide to Windows 10" and his #1 best-selling children's book "Big Sister, Little Sister, (also available in French, Spanish and Haitian Creole)" He received his MBA in Marketing and Mass Communication and Media Management at Lynn University and a Bachelor’s in MIS and Marketing at Drexel University. He created several successful mobile apps for iOS devices and Android devices, including: “Pre-K Math,” “Proud to be Haitian,” “Proud to be Jewish,” “Kids Eat Free HD,” “Pocket Poetry,” “i Love My Dog.” “Proud Jamaican.”
The Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach is located 411 Clematis St, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401