Coralee: Tell Our Story by Irene Baumann

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Coralee: Tell Our Story is a story for all ages. It is a story that is exciting, adventurous, and at times provoking. It is Coralee’s Story of the vanquished children in the darkness of the forest crying out loud to be heard, and the unfairness of the promises that were not kept, by the emancipation of slavery in the eighteen hundred.

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Written by Irene Baumann
Publisher Wasteland Press
ISBN-13 978-1-68111-095-0
Book Dimensions 6x9
Format Paperback
Pages 146

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Coralee: Tell Our Story is a story for all ages. It is a story that is exciting, adventurous, and at times provoking. It is Coralee’s Story of the vanquished children in the darkness of the forest crying out loud to be heard, and the unfairness of the promises that were not kept, by the emancipation of slavery in the eighteen hundred. Coralee’s Story resonates as a metaphor in many ways in its attempt to have you, the reader, identify the source which traumatized Coralee, the children and other characters in her story.


The “Dark Shadow” in the story is the villain (antagonist). He is absolutely diabolic to the nature of those who must survive in the forest. He becomes cunning in most behaviors to the point that ordinary justice cannot prevail. The Old Town Cummings in this valley of unknown shadows became an environment that didn’t know how to keep its promises. This is the main dynamics of Coralie’s story. She, as the protagonist, insists on the story being told in such a way so as all lost children found in a “Forest of utter darkness” would know this darkness must be dealt with and, that, there is hope.


Now, even though the nitty-gritty of the story is “the how, what and why” of Coralee being naïveté, the reader is able to experience firsthand Coralee’s struggle to free herself, fight restrictions and apply self-determination of what read independence is. In a metaphorical way the story unfolds and gives a deep meaning to Coralee getting her balance back landing on her feet and experiencing that which is bigger than herself. It’s crucial to understand Coralee’s characters to see the core connection between her, the children, and the essential problem in the forest.


Parts of the story show how Coralee unknowingly has placed herself on a path that will take her face to face with many an unknown energy force in a Valley with a dark forest. There are terrified children who are in need of some kind of hero to save them. Coralee wants to go home, but confusion is everywhere, and when she is asked to make a stand against forces she has never seen before, she becomes more and more confused.


I must not leave out in giving this introductory of “Coralee’s Story” taking place in the sinister woods, the main objective which is the antidote to Coralee and the children’s dilemma:


The Tribes of ancient African ancestors, the Moors Tribe, who lay-wait in the forest hoping to reach the lost children.

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Coralee: Tell Our Story is a story for all ages. It is a story that is exciting, adventurous, and at times provoking. It is Coralee’s Story of the vanquished children in the darkness of the forest crying out loud to be heard, and the unfairness of the promises that were not kept, by the emancipation of slavery in the eighteen hundred.

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