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The book is truly powerful and beautifully written.
This is one of two books in my lifetime that I failed to finish -- the first 100 pages or so just did not interest me enough to keep going.
This is a really wonderful novel that will make you appreciate so many things about your life and your family.
couldn't read more than a few pages, since there was nothing about it that drew me in. Really not worth my time.Published 5 months ago by Marion Lipton
Great description of characters and setting. Unfortunately, I know the basis of the story is true. The ending was sad.Published 6 months ago by Nanci R Gerstman
I read the first chapter twice-as I'd did with his, "What We Really Talk About ...." The narrative unfolds in an unusual, complicated, intense, way. Read morePublished 7 months ago by EB
This book enables you to understand the time frame of the plot. The political regime that was in power and eliminated people. Strong plot that will move you. Loved the bookPublished 8 months ago by moroziris
For all of us who turn our backs on the brutalities of governments...the cruelties engendered by fear...this heartfelt novel is a reminder and an unrelenting indictment. Read morePublished 8 months ago by joan allen
It seems as if I'd always known about "los desaparecidos," but as a distant historical event, something that happened to someone else, a long time ago and far away. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Larry Benjamin
An engrossing account of the effects on one family of the 'disappearing children' in Argentina. The agony of the parents, the fear of the wider community to even admit it was... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jill fenwick
Although I enjoyed the first book of this author that I read, I was not enthusiastic about this one. In fact I did not finish it.Published 8 months ago by Judith Damron
Intriguing situation, but disappointingly handled. I found the tone too didactic and self-conscious. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Nancy Cooke