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She is a wonderful story teller and this memoir proves that her real life is just as interesting as her novels.
This book is a must for Allende fans, but would also be a great independent memoir read for someone who is completely unfamiliar with her novels.
Isabel Allende does a delightful job of letting the reader get to know her family with all its quirky characters, good times, and tragedies.
This is a woman that I have total empathy with. She speaks in a voice that I understand as if it
Were my own. Read more
Read this book because I enjoyed Ines. It was a good read. She is very articulate. A personal story of her life after Paula.Published 1 month ago by Dickie Hicks
A thoroughly enjoyable conversational tone as if over a long and satisfying meal with great wine. Relaxing and accessible. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Barbara
This was a great story about a family and their lives. Allende is a wonderful writer and story teller!Published 2 months ago by joan m strothmann
I had not read Ms. Allende's books before because I knew something about her history and felt her writing would only involve South American political issues. How wrong I was. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alicia K. Wicks
It made me want to read or re-read all of Allende's books. More importantly,it made me want to get back to writing my own memoir-in-progress with renewed inspiration. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carole Sue Taylor