Tuesday, September 25, 2012


BUDDHALAND BROOKLYN by Richard C. Morais, read by Feodor Chin

Seido Oda, a Japanese Buddhist priest, is better at painting and poetry than dealing with people. After 30 peaceful years in his relatively cloistered monastery, Reverend Oda is sent to supervise the building of a Buddhist temple in Brooklyn. Feodor Chin delivers Oda’s plight as a stranger in a strange land with quiet, unassuming grace.

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