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by Laura Esquivel
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Roro is reading
Roro is reading rated it 7 years ago
read the dutch version / liked the recipes though the book. but got lost in the understainding of the story line. a bit 4 gettable 4 me. the great niece is the narrator. thats my opinion. tastes differ
Musings of a Book Addict
Musings of a Book Addict rated it 7 years ago
I remember really loving this movie when I was a wee tween, full of angst and drama. And while I love the magical realism in this book, it is also so filled with deep lady sorrow that it was heartbreaking to read. The women in this book just can't win, and they are destined to stay in the kitchen an...
Rowena's Reviews
Rowena's Reviews rated it 8 years ago
Wow, fascinating story. Quite fairytale-like at times. Great descriptions of cooking. The mother was definitely a villain.
ellemoe rated it 8 years ago
Wow! I really loved this book. It is so sensual and the food... to imagine the flavors, scents and taste of the meals Tita made... I'm left speechless. Highly recommend this to anyone who is a romantic and believes in the power of love and good food.
aileensantiago rated it 8 years ago
a delicious read!
I Live in Many Worlds
I Live in Many Worlds rated it 8 years ago
Oh... My... God... what the hell did I just read? My brain... why do I insist on doing this to myself? There's only so much a person can take by reading retarded crap like this. The whole book is filled with talk of food (not a subject I am particularly fond of), has vulgar messages, disgusting talk...
karenf rated it 8 years ago
This one just wasn't for me. There was some lovely language, and I'm sure it's lovelier in the original Spanish. But, I just didn't really like the book itself. I'm trying to put my finger on why and I think it's mostly the characters. I found them all either ridiculously mean or completely weak...
Enwrapped in Pages
Enwrapped in Pages rated it 8 years ago
I found this story to be really cute. There is just this innocent feel to it that I really loved about it. I also enjoyed Magical Realism elements very much. My one complaint is that I would have preferred it if she had ended up the man that she didn't end up with in the end.
JulieM rated it 9 years ago
Tita, a young Mexican girl, falls in love with Pedro and seems destined for a life of marital bliss except for one problem. Tita is the youngest daughter of the de la Garza family and based on family tradition, she cannot marry because she is responsible for caring for her mother until she dies. B...
fyrfli rated it 9 years ago
I am stunned how fast I finished this considering I was worried about how to get it done by the end of the month, without getting distracted by the other intriguing books in line behind it. However, I was taken pleasantly by surprise.Written in a style new to me, this book takes the whole concept of...
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