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Isn't a story more interesting when the characters' beliefs and motivations become apparent through their actions?
The experience of reading both these books was one that I relished and would recommend to any lover of historical fiction.
If you like that sort of writing, by all means go buy the book, and I apologize for any implied criticism of your taste.
A great story about the clash of two cultures where a slave made a difference to free herself. And in the end it comes down to how much are people willing to sacrifice for their... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Book Worm
Now I understand the humanity between Cortez and Dona Marina.
An interesting story almost written as a poem.
It was a long book but I liked the historic details and the comparisons of the two different curtures. I felt as though I knew MalinchePublished 10 months ago by RGA
Like water for Chocolate was such a wonderful saga that I expected so much from Malinche and Laura Esquivel. I would not recommend it at all.Published 12 months ago by Judith Graves
Malinche is a story that I find gripping. Laura wrote it so well. If you liked reading Like Water for Chocolate, this book will not fail to delight you as well.Published on December 26, 2012 by Graphic Designer
The book bought was in great conditions and well preserved. No major damege was done and the price was fair.Published on December 22, 2011 by Gbravo
This is hands down the worst book I've read in I don't know how long. Considering the interesting subject matter, it should have been a hard book to put down. Read morePublished on April 16, 2011 by sd1904
A fictional account of the woman who was Hernan Cortes's translator and lover, mother to the first mestizo, and reviled for helping Spain conquer Mexico.Published on November 12, 2010 by Marcela Landres
a must-read for anyone who spends time in Mexico. it's centuries of history but so readable that you just keep going. Read morePublished on October 29, 2010 by regina brooks