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Guess what, after the first few pages, I was glued to the book and kept reading without stopping.
Sandra Cisneros is a master at sketching word pictures and creating characters which are so real that they practically leap off the pages of her book, Caramelo.
I have read House on Mango Street but after reading Caramelo I am a huge fan of Sandra Cisneros and can really relate to her stories and poems.
this was a very original book compared to what I usually read. it took me to a different world and culture but it went on and on and on and on and on... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chere Dill Weiss
Such familiar stories because I remember the sights, the sounds and the way we talk. The nicknames that follow us into adulthood.... The poverty we didn't know we were in... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Duvina
Going back and forth between Chicago and Mexico City and sanAntonio the story of this mexican and Mexican American family is told and retold and embellished. A wonderful saga.Published 10 months ago by Colleen Ray
It is a wonderful novel!!! I enjoyed it so much!!! Sandra is a great writer. It is a very sensitive yet funny story.Published 11 months ago by Jessy
Super good book. A main character you'll grow to adore and a surprises all over the book. Based on Cisneros own childhood.Published 12 months ago by Amanda
I first read this when I was a sophomore In high school and was glad to see it available for the kindle. The story is beautifully crafted and full of hope, life and loss. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Alohamora11
It was a hardbound book without a dust jacket but worth the penny I paid plus shipping. It is one
of my favorite latina literary works. Sandra Cisneros is a magical writer.
I did not like the subject matter and did not read the book but donated it to my local Library.Published 14 months ago by Josephine G. Toboco