Hawaii in Perspective 2007 (Hawaii in Perspective)

Publisher: Morgan Quitno Corporation

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If you only read one book set in Hawaii, make it this one by Hawaiian writer Kiana Davenport. It's one of my favourite books ever. Shark Dialogues is an epic, complex, multi-generational family saga that weaves the history of Hawaii with the story of powerful matriarch Pono and her four granddaughters.

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