Harrison William Shepherd, a highly observant writer, is caught between two worlds--in Mexico, working for communists Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and Leon Trotsky, and later in America, where he his caught up in the patriotism of World War II ...
Ha scritto il 01/06/13

This book will - or should - become a classic some day.

Ha scritto il 19/08/12
Nice, but not "the best thing ever"
Here is my comment in my Spanish Blog: http://lunairereadings.blogspot.com/2012/08/the-lacuna-barbara-kingsolver.html This is a novel about the life of a writer that comes in contact with very well known celebrities through his life: he meets Diego a...Continua
Ha scritto il 31/08/11

Truly awesome - exciting, moving, instructive, sublime writing. best read since Jacob de Zoet. I can't believe I let it sit on a shelf for over a year!

Ha scritto il 17/03/11

I LOVE THIS BOOK. I couldn't stop talking and thinking about it, for months after reading. What a fantastic ending. So intelligent, but such a pageturner. Wonderful.

Gail Paris
Ha scritto il 07/02/11
Bohemian in Mexico...and Trotsky liked rabbits...
Barbara Kingsolver is one of my go-to writers (especially the Poisonwood bible and Prodigal Summer) - you know you are likely to be headed into a long but satisfying story that you won't want to put down (perfect fireplace and down quilt book). Lacun...Continua

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