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Inés of My Soul - Community Reviews back

by Isabel Allende
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Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it 5 years ago
15/2 - I know almost nothing about South American history - I have heard of the Aztecs and the Incas and some of the myths surrounding them (mostly from movies), but I don't know any of the historical figures of any past era (or really even, the current era). I have wanted to read an Isabel Allende ...
digitaltempest
digitaltempest rated it 6 years ago
Review later.
thebookcoop
thebookcoop rated it 8 years ago
3.5
TheBecks
TheBecks rated it 8 years ago
3.5 StarsThis is my second book by Allende, and I can understand why people love her writing so much. She is a beautiful storyteller and her writing is so evocative and lovely and honest without being flowery or overdone. I love that quality in a writer - it's one of my favorite things about Colleen...
Unabridged Chick
Unabridged Chick rated it 8 years ago
Inés Suárez is a heroine that will stick with me for a long time. At the book's opening, she estimates she's about seventy years old and is going to soon die. In the rambling way of someone working through their memories, distracted at times by side stories and the need to unburden her soul, Inés'...
Bashara Likes Books
Bashara Likes Books rated it 11 years ago
This and Zorro are a bit of a departure from Isabel Allende's typical style. This novel tells the story of real life conquistadora Ines Suarez. (Allende says in her author's note: This novel is a work of intuition, but any similarity to events and persons relating to the conquest of Chile is not co...
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