Could easily be one of the best books you've read.
MArquez portrays love as a demon of sorts, in that it can take over a seemingly controlled individual (in the case of Delaura) much like demonic possession.
You will find the story of impossible love with magical elements and unique characters that will leave you wanting more of Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Gabriel Marquez...no writer I know of writes of the inner workings of the human heart with more accuracy than he does.Published 3 days ago by S.J.
A re-read which I will eternally love--especially now since he is gone!!!Published 24 days ago by Connie Berhe
This short novel is a great example of Marquez’s incredible imaginative and expressive powers. The story brings together the myths and beliefs of colonial South America which were... Read morePublished 28 days ago by C. B Collins Jr.
"Of Love..." has what you like of Garcia-Marquez, in a smaller novella-package; a postcard from the master. Give yourself (or your Other) a treat!Published 2 months ago by Carl O. Trindle
Brilliantly descriptive of the period and locale with both realistic and imaginative sights, sounds and other sensory tantalizations. So typical of Garcia Marquez. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John Podsiadlo
This book by one of Latin America's greatest author was beautifully written and provocative. However, I saw little development in most of the characters and having a strange... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Paul J. Minicucci
This book is very odd, however, it is well-written. I didn't really like it a lot but it was artfully written and some other people may like it more than I. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Fran K.
I have tried reading 2 of his books now, and find them a little to weird for my taste. No good.Published 8 months ago by KJ
I have not read it yet, but it sure is in great conditions and I can't wait to read it..Published 11 months ago by Amairani