This a beautiful story of Paris, art, sexuality and aging. I didn't want it to end.
I loved this book - particularly the way Hector Tobar creates characters. The story shows how the small choices people make on a daily basis can impact not only their lives but the lives of others. The novel delves into big topics like class, labor, race and immigration in a compelling story of a family and their live in housekeeper.
Ron Rash tells a sad, beautiful story about World War II era Appalachia. This was a great listen.
An entertaining listen. You'll be amazed at the messes the main character can get into.
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