A nostalgic introspectic tale of a young american living in the great time of Cubas revolution. Credible characters with a social raw truth of the era. Very well delivered.
Great pace and good plot all the way to the third quarter, after that it gets pretty thin.
more credible plot,a bit complicated yet predictable.
Its a good read, but not as good as the first. Move on
Then you better read this novel with a topic so vivid and perverse that it will make you realize the perils of college life today. Great read!
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