"A out of the ordinary writer."
writer of Claire of the ocean Light
"Ulysse is an excessive author, bringing her readers into the feelings of her characters...This a strong story."
--Me, You, and Books
"With grace and style, Katia D. Ulysse explores the consequences of privilege and inactivity, of inadequacy and otherness, of trauma and emotional isolation, and the pervasive ways in which turmoil and loss corrode the lives of the members concerned. Mouths Don’t Speak is a gem within the method it tackles tricky topics and questions with no answers."
--M.J. Fièvre, writer of A Sky the colour of Chaos
"Katia D. Ulysse is a author of serious strength and keenness, now offering her such a lot effective paintings up to now. Mouths Don’t Speak is a narrative of annihilation and redemption--of a extra harrowing trip again from the abyss than an individual who has no longer learn it might think. There are those that think publication could be a repozwa, during which a spirit might reside, as in a grotto, tree, or spring. If that's real, then the spirit dwelling during this ebook has to be a truly nice one."
--Madison Smartt Bell, writer of Behind the Moon
"With the strength of an earthquake and with unrelenting prose, Katia D. Ulysse explores the discomfort of long-buried secrets and techniques, shakes them unfastened from their foundations, and deftly probes the lives of the households crippled via their aftermath."
--Amina Gautier, writer of The lack of All misplaced Things
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--Anjanette Delgado, writer of The Clairvoyant of Calle Ocho
"Gripping and heartbreaking, Mouths Don’t Speak is an tricky tapestry of familial betrayals, misunderstandings, forgiveness, and love; a testomony to the facility of recent beginnings even after unspeakable tragedies. The pages had me conserving my breath!"
--Lauren Francis-Sharma, writer of 'Til the good Runs Dry
No one was once ready for the large earthquake that struck Haiti in 2010, taking on a quarter-million lives, and leaving thousands extra homeless. 3 thousand miles away, Jacqueline Florestant mourns the presumed dying of her mom and dad, whereas her husband, a former US Marine and wrestle veteran, cares for his or her three-year-old daughter as he fights his personal battles with acute PTSD.
Horrified and guilt-ridden, Jacqueline returns to Haiti looking for the proverbial "closure." regrettably, the Haiti she left as a toddler twenty-five years previous has disappeared. Her quest becomes a twister of deception, desperation, and extra dying. So Jacqueline holds tightly to her daughter--the just one who mustn't ever die.