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Pretty engaging tale of life in pre-Castro Havana and post-Castro Cuba after the author is exiled to safety in the U.S. by his parents.. Read morePublished 2 days ago by randall hackley
Remembering the Cuban crisis as a child the same age, but from American soil this book a real thought provoker. A spell binding tale that I would recommend to anyone.Published 8 days ago by Susan Glave
This was a touching poignant story of a young upper class boy in Havana coming to terms with the Cuban revolution. Castro and his men moved in and life changed. Read morePublished 15 days ago by J.C.D.
Definitely worth reading in view of political developements between the U.S. and Cuba.
A true picture of life in Cuba for the upper classes before they lost everything and... Read more
This book has given me such a vivid picture of Cuba before and after the Revolution. My perceptions have always been simple--Castro was terrible and the Cuban people wanted to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by B. Turner
I just finished reading this book.It seemed to take me a long time to finish.In the case of this book that was a good thing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by lizzy
Picture perfect view of an upper middle class youth living in Havana's Miramar, son of a judge and a worrying Cuban mother, and attending the best social clubs like Havana Yacht... Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. jimenez
The book was a page turner because I kept waiting for more details and not so much angst.Published 1 month ago by jane!