Manila Bay Beach Radio will be giving away to you! — brand new and unread-with-perfect-spine copies of The Beach Book, the exclusive book referenced repeatedly by Manila Bay Beach Joe on the Beach Talk podcast.

And yes, it’s 100% FREE!

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The perfect gift for a loved one or yourself, The Beach Book shares the wisdom of great thinkers, artists and visionaries such as Fyodor Dostoevsky, Bertrand Russell, Osho, Mark Twain, Friedrich Nietzsche, Aldous Huxley, Aristotle, Lao Tzu, Krisnamurti, John Lennon, Frank Kafka, Jean-Paul Sarte, Alan Watts, John Steinbeck, Voltaire, Albert Camus, Salvador Dali, Bob Marley, Mother Teresa, Oscar Wilde, Rumi, Charles Bukowski, et al, in an easy-to-digest, visually-stimulating format.

Ralph Waldo Emerson once stated, “Make your own Bible. Select and collect all the words and sentences that in all your readings have been to you like the blast of a trumpet.” That is what The Beach Book offers you: a blast of passion, insight, motivation, inspiration, love, kindness, sensitivity and sometimes a much-needed kick-in-the-ass.

Read the book cover-to-cover or skip around, it doesn’t matter. The Beach Book was organized in an intentionally chill format to allow for ease-of-use, relaxation and easy contemplation. Whether you are enjoying a pancake-and-coffee breakfast at home; sipping wine in a quaint, dimly-lit bar; literally or imaginatively flying first class to a far-away destination; or actually lounging on one of the beaches at Manila Bay or somewhere along the Baywalk, The Beach Book provides you exactly what you didn’t even know you needed.

The Beach Book is a companion piece to the Beach Talk with Manila Bay Beach Joe podcast currently found on, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, as well as multiple other podcast directories.

473 pages, full color


English/1st Edition

19cm x 1.25cm x 23.5cm/7.5in x 1.12in x 9.25in


Take a peek inside The Beach Book


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Leaving behind the civil unrest and government intolerance that defined his life in America, fourteen-year-old Casey Johnson and his parents embark on what was intended to be a much-needed vacation on the tropical, white-sand beaches of the Philippines.

However, when he witnesses his parents intentionally drive their rental car off a cliff in remote Northern Luzon, Casey’s life is traumatically turned upside down, and he is unwillingly thrust into mystery and conspiracy.

Abandoned and alone in a foreign country — uncertain of even his true name — clear machination leads Casey to Manila Bay Beach where he is forced to confront the consequences of the life his parents abruptly left behind, where the shocking truth of his real identity slowly reveals itself.

316 pages, black & creme


English/1st Edition

14cm x 2cm x 21.5m/5.5in x 0.79in x 8.5in