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Eva Luna: A Novel Paperback – August 30, 2005
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“An exotic dance that beguiles and entices.”—San Francisco Chronicle
“Remarkable . . . [Isabel] Allende seems to draw characters and tales from a bottomless well as Eva Luna narrates the story of her life. . . . Vivid and passionate and human.”—The Washington Post Book World
“With vivid imagery, Eva Luna transports the reader to an almost mythic continent where magical happenings are everyday events.”—The Christian Science Monitor
“Sumptuous . . . Allende’s canvas is large, busy, full of feeling, incident and rich detail.”—Chicago Tribune
“There is a richness of language, image, and adventure that flows effortlessly.”—The Philadelphia Inquirer
About the Author
Born in Peru, Isabel Allende is Chilean. She was a journalist for many years and began to write fiction in 1981. The result was the worldwide bestseller The House of the Spirits, which was followed by the equally successful Of Love and Shadows. Her other books are Eva Luna and The Stories of Eva Luna. Long a resident of Caracas, she now makes her home in San Rafael, California, where she is completing a new book.
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I was optimistic that "Eva Luna" would be just as riveting and enjoyable to read but I was disappointed. "Eva Luna" explored EVERY character's back story & side stories in such great detail that it detracted from the flow of Eva's story. There was so much extraneous information that instead of being eager to turn the page, I began checking to see how much longer until I reached the end of the book.
"Eva Luna" was an adequate read but in no way does it live up to the standard that the author created with "Daughter of Fortune".