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With each vignette another layer of this story and the main character's past is uncovered.
All of these characters capture aspects of the complex experience of multi-generational dictatorship that reveberates in the Haitian immigrant community.
The Dew Breaker is a very educational book with well crafted contradictions in the characters found in the story.
This book was beautifully written, but much to confusing for an enjoyable read.Published 1 month ago by Janice Fineman
The book was great, I love how it all connects at the end. I would definitely suggest this book to someone elsePublished 3 months ago by Lindsay Ferguson
Had to read this for school. Did NOT like the teacher.
However, the book really isn't that bad. Told through multiple stories, see if you can find the connections. Read more
I enjoyed this book. Some people said it was very confusing, but everything fits together. This book is an excellent book for group discussions.Published 6 months ago by Shannon Schyberg
As with all of her books, The Dew Breaker draws the reader in and amazes while making even the most evil of characters become human and believable. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rena J. Witter
This book is so well written it flows quickly. The storyline is well told and the language is vivid. Good book.Published 9 months ago by M Cicitta
The book is series of interrelated stories describing both the dew breaker (torturer) and his victims under the repressive Haitian regime. Read morePublished 9 months ago by francesca
This should be required reading for anyone studying global literature or culture. An amazing set of intertwined stories. Could be read just as short stories or as one novel. Read morePublished 10 months ago by vrod