Retrato en sepia
Publish date: 2000
Pages no: 363
Edition language: Spanish
Series: Tripartite (#2)
After reading Allende's Daughter of Fortune for a college literature course, I knew immediately that I would need to read Portrait in Sepia in order to see what happened to the characters I had become so deeply invested in. I expected a good novel but a standard sequel, and I began reading more to s...
I love Isabel Allende's writing: I read Daughter of Fortune and House of the Spirits, and found this one good but not quite up to the quality of the other two; lacking a distinct plot of its own, it mainly serves to tie the other two (standalone) books together. Still, it was an enjoyable book: Alle...
this followed the characters from the preceding novel far less than i expected or wanted, but i still found this a really satisfying read. although i really didn't enjoy my recent revisitation of the house of the spirits, it was still fun to get background on the family in that story. (she gives d...
The sequel to my beloved and favorite Daughter of Fortune. Nothing could ever match up to that novel, but this was a really great sequel. I was thrilled to continue this intriguing family journey. Very satisfying!
Quite a ride! Portrait in Sepia is as enthralling as any American soap opera, with beautiful women and reluctant lovers and mismatched husbands and wives. Portrait in Sepia is more than a great tale with intriguing characters and inventive plot twists, though. It's also a thoughtful look at the blen...
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