Kula Keiki Ali`I: A Novel Partially Based on the Effect of the Chief's Children’s School on Hawaii's Monarchs

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Rosemary I. Patterson, Ph.D.

Narrated By: Wayne Moniz

Publisher: Big Happy Family Audio

Date: July 2013

Duration: 6 hours 8 minutes

Summary:

Literary Fiction set in 1840’s Hawaii. Ghost of Queen Liliuokalani forces modern-day lovers to time travel and view damaging residential school she attended with other high ranking children who became actual monarchs of Hawaii. Indoctrination, whipping and self-worth destruction by Calvinist missionary seriously damages his pupils and their reigns. The overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom is complete by 1893 as Queen Liliuokalani is deposed by greedy American business men and U.S. Minister Stevens. Rosemary I. Patterson, Ph.D. is a former School Psychologist who has written several novels about damage to Indigenous peoples including 5 Star Midwest Book Reviewed “Aloha and MaiTais” and Telluride Indiefest Screenplay winner “Journey Great Barrier Reef.”

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  • Rebecca Duffy

    The story contained interesting points of history, and I love Hawaiian history, but the narration didn't hold my interest.