David VerValin


HUAKA'I (The Dark Haired Woman) is far more than the story of a boy and his boat. It is a tribute to the human spirit, to the courage of a young man willing to chase his dream even then those dreams are waylaid by love, loss, war, and rabbit trails he never expected to find along the journey that has been his lifelong dream. From the tumult of the sea to the unknown horrors of war, Mr. VerValin's writing is brilliant storytelling at its finish. From the Hawaiian shores to destination abroad through the archives of American history the unknowns of combat and battle and into the deepest core of a young man's heart, Huaka'i will take the reader on a page-turning voyage they won't soon forget.
468 printed pages
Original publication

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