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I have read The House of Spirits and loved all the realism. In this story I enjoyed how Allende combined the realism with the background of environmental issues and protection of... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Kindle Customer
The translation is awkward. Much of the dialogue seems clunky an inauthentic and that really takes away from the story.Published 29 days ago by Mmmmmaleee
Interesting mix of fantasy but also real possibility of what could happen in our modern world. Thought provoking But a great read. Would be good for teenagers.Published 2 months ago by Jos Orum
Although this is advertised as a 'young adult' book, I (an adult) loved it! Allende's writing is as beautiful and picturesque as always.Published 5 months ago by janellen
I loved this book SO much when I read it (we're talking over 10 years ago) that I lent it to a friend. Then I never saw it again. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tony
Maybe something was lost in translation, parts were over simplified and story didn't flow in other parts. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lindy Rix