Let Not The Waves Of The Sea

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0120110718

Let Not the Waves of the Sea is Simon Stephenson's account of his emotional journey following the death of his brother Dominic - and his brother's girlfriend Eileen - in the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004.

Simon's journey takes him back to the scene of the disaster in Thailand, where the redemptive power of the people and the culture, which his brother loved, help the healing process.

Thirty two year old Simon Stephenson is a writer and doctor who lives in London.

For several years, the Scot made his living as a screenwriter.

Let Not the Waves of the Sea is his first book.

Let Not the Waves of the Sea

Written by Simon Stephenson

Abridged by Pete Nichols Reader: Mark Bonnar

Producer: Karen Rose

A Sweet Talk Production

for BBC Radio 4.

By Simon Stephenson.

On Ko Phi Phi, the world revolves around the reggae bar.

0220110719

Let Not the Waves of the Sea is Simon Stephenson's account of his emotional journey following the death of his brother Dominic - and his brother's girlfriend Eileen - in the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004.

Simon's journey takes him back to the scene of the disaster in Thailand, where the redemptive power of the people and the culture, which his brother loved, help the healing process.

Thirty two year old Simon Stephenson is a writer and doctor who lives in London.

For several years, the Scot made his living as a screenwriter.

Let Not the Waves of the Sea is his first book.

Let Not the Waves of the Sea

Written by Simon Stephenson

Abridged by Pete Nichols Reader: Mark Bonnar

Producer: Karen Rose

A Sweet Talk Production

for BBC Radio 4.

By Simon Stephenson.

Ben runs the Sunflower Bar at Phi Phi.

This is his story.

0320110720

Let Not the Waves of the Sea is Simon Stephenson's account of his emotional journey following the death of his brother Dominic - and his brother's girlfriend Eileen - in the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004.

Simon's journey takes him back to the scene of the disaster in Thailand, where the redemptive power of the people and the culture, which his brother loved, help the healing process.

Thirty two year old Simon Stephenson is a writer and doctor who lives in London.

For several years, the Scot made his living as a screenwriter.

Let Not the Waves of the Sea is his first book.

Let Not the Waves of the Sea

Written by Simon Stephenson

Abridged by Pete Nichols Reader: Mark Bonnar

Producer: Karen Rose

A Sweet Talk Production

for BBC Radio 4.

By Simon Stephenson.

Simon travels to the jungle and Loh Dahlum beach.

0420110721

Let Not The Waves Of The Sea is Simon Stephenson's account of his emotional journey following the death of his brother Dominic - and his brother's girlfriend Eileen - in the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004.

Simon's journey takes him back to the scene of the disaster in Thailand, where the redemptive power of the people and the culture, which his brother loved, help the healing process.

Thirty two year old Simon Stephenson is a writer and doctor who lives in London.

For several years, the Scot made his living as a screenwriter.

Let Not The Waves Of The Sea is his first book.

Let Not The Waves Of The Sea

Written by Simon Stephenson

Abridged by Pete Nichols

Reader: Mark Bonnar

Producer: Karen Rose

A Sweet Talk Production for BBC Radio 4.

Ben runs the Sunflower Bar at Phi Phi.

This is his story.

05 LAST20110722

Let Not The Waves Of The Sea is Simon Stephenson's account of his emotional journey following the death of his brother Dominic - and his brother's girlfriend Eileen - in the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004.

Simon's journey takes him back to the scene of the disaster in Thailand, where the redemptive power of the people and the culture, which his brother loved, help the healing process.

Thirty two year old Simon Stephenson is a writer and doctor who lives in London.

For several years, the Scot made his living as a screenwriter.

Let Not The Waves Of The Sea is his first book.

Let Not The Waves Of The Sea

Written by Simon Stephenson

Abridged by Pete Nichols

Reader: Mark Bonnar

Producer: Karen Rose

A Sweet Talk Production for BBC Radio 4.

On a trip to the jungle and Loh Dahlum beach, Simon acquires a new relative.