The Invisible Mountain
Publish date: August 10th 2010
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
Yes, I really, really liked it! I just finished. The metaphors are wonderful; they tie all the strands together. That home to this family was Montevideo, that the story took place here, was just perfect. Montevideo means - I see a mountain. But there is no mountain! Only by reading the novel will yo...
Sigh...I had such high hopes for this, but after three false starts, it's just not working for me. Won't give up on it yet. There's a very good possibility that it's just me and the space I'm in, so I'll save this for another time.
The Invisible Mountain is a family saga, following the lives of three generations of Uruguayan women--Pajarita, Eva, and Salomé--through most of the 20th century. It’s an enjoyable book; nevertheless, it’s quite derivative of Allende’s House of the Spirits (among others), and Allende’s work is the b...
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