Thread: Literary Eva Luna by Isabel Allende
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Old 04-22-2019, 08:49 PM   #10
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I finished this book around 4 weeks ago and as I have been away I have not been able to comment easily since. Also, I have read a number of other books since my recollection of the details of it have been muddied.

But I did enjoy it and am pleased that I read it. A story about a story teller and stories within. I thought the nice flowing prose in the early part of the book became a bit lumpier later on.

I also wondered if the author was unsure how to wind up the story line as it seemed, to me, a bit straggly and compressed at the end. But I find that I feel that way quite often when reading novels.
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