Living My DreamsI am confident that readers will find this book to be an amazing tale of the strengthof character of a great West Indian whose friendship I have always treasured.- T. Michael Findlay, former West Indies playerReds is aMoreLiving My DreamsI am confident that readers will find this book to be an amazing tale of the strengthof character of a great West Indian whose friendship I have always treasured.- T. Michael Findlay, former West Indies playerReds is a quintessential Caribbean man with a rare but genuine knowledgeand love for the smaller islands of our region, and a strong belief in therich sporting talent that can be found here.- Ricky Skerritt, Minister for Tourism, St.
Kitts & NevisI am delighted to learn that Reds is writing his life story. It will be a remarkableCaribbean tale of difficult beginnings, adversity and long odds overcome, opportunities grasped, challenges met and dreams fulfilled -altogether a fascinating personal odyssey.- Ian McDonald, Writer and poetI thank and salute Joseph Reds Perreria, a man who lived for the thing he loved -sport, an icon of Caribbean sports development - a most critical area ofhuman and social development for our region.- Edwin W.
Carrington, Secretary General, CARICOMI hope that this book is widely read, even as Reds himself goes on formany years to inspire by his deeds the young people oftoday and tomorrow - on and off the field of sport.- Sonny Ramphal, Former Guyana Foreign Minister, Former Secretary General of the CommonwealthReds is a wonderful and distinctive commentator.
Whenever he comes on theairwaves he brings with him a richness that awakens the ghosts of history and achuckle that tells of flying fish, rum, dancing and steel bands.- Peter Roebuck, former Somerset Captain and cricket writer