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Island Beneath The Sea by Isabel Allende

A saga following the fictional story of a slave named Tété, and a French aristocrat named Toulouse Valmorain, Isabel Allende presents an engaging and fascinating account of the island of Saint-Domingue (later known at Haiti). I wasn’t sure I was going to … Continue reading

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My Invented Country by Isabel Allende

Noted author Isabel Allende journeys into her early years growing up in Chile in this memoir about family and country.  The book is a collection of remembrances and commentary, meant to give the reader an impression of Chile from her … Continue reading

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