By Jacob Davis
Nothing can replace a good story—compelling, thought-provoking and gut wrenching. Between the covers of Midnight at Noon, there is a treasure still waiting to be discovered. Ardain Isma penned this book because he has a mission to accomplish. So, he believes! Ardain has always been a social activist. As a young university student in South Florida in the late 1980s, he was always at the forefront of the struggle for the rights of Haitian immigrants. Subsequently, he was an activist in the fight for human equality in his native land of Haiti.
Midway through life, he has decided to choose literature as his new weapon of choice in the struggle for social justice. He is not part of the bunch of writers who write in the hope to please everyone. We’re living in a sharply divided world, where the weak and the disenfranchised constitute the overlooked majority. Midnight at Noon, authored by Ardain Isma, takes their side of the story—a story written in blood but coated in raw exploitation, subjugation and humiliation. To get a copy of this magnificent book, click on this link: Midnight at Noon
Note: Jacob Davis is editorialist for CSMS Magazine. He lives and works in suburban Jacksonville, Florida. He can also be reached at email@example.com Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/csmsmagazine