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' A story is like a painting, Soli. It doesn't have to look like what you see out the window.'
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Fabulous book. I kernel much about the history of the U.S. and Mexico during that time period. On my top 10 book list!Published 1 month ago by Carol Concha
Kingsolver is a genius. Historic content that is applicable today. Insightful.Published 1 month ago by Susan LaBrier
My favorite Kingsolver book so far! For those of us with interests in Mexico and 20th century political history, this is a story well told.Published 1 month ago by Robin J Steinberg
Once again, Barbara kingsolver has written a book that amazed me, put a whole new perspective on the past, on world figures and paranoia after WWII.Published 1 month ago by Viji Sashikant
So many beautifully written ideas! The plot engages the whole time.Published 2 months ago by Elizabeth K. Shouba