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  • The House on the Lagoon: A Novel | Rosario Ferré

    The House on the Lagoon: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Rosario Ferré
    • Narrated By Silvia Sierra
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    This riveting, multigenerational epic tells the story of two families and the history of Puerto Rico through the eyes of Isabel Monfort and her husband, Quintn Mendizabal. Isabel attempts to immortalize their now-united families - and, by extension, their homeland - in a book. The tale that unfolds in her writing has layers upon layers, exploring the nature of love, marriage, family, and Puerto Rico itself.

  • Eccentric Neighborhoods | Rosario Ferré

    Eccentric Neighborhoods

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Rosario Ferré
    • Narrated By Blanca Camacho
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    Elvira Vernet narratesEccentric Neighborhoods as she attempts to solve the mystery of who her parents truly are. Her mother, the beautiful and aristocratic Clarissa Rivas de Santillana, was born into a rarefied world of privilege, one of five daughters on the family’s sugar plantation. Elvira’s father, Aurelio Vernet, and his three brothers and two sisters were raised by Santiago, a Cuban immigrant who ruled his family with an iron hand.

  • Flight of the Swan | Rosario Ferre

    Flight of the Swan

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By Rosario Ferre
    • Narrated By Adriana Sananes
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    Flight of the Swan is the compelling story of a world-famous Russian prima ballerina who finds herself stranded on a Caribbean island in 1917, due to political upheavals in her own country. This charming jeu d'esprit explores the complexities of love and betrayal, as the loyal servant Masha gradually comes to recognize that in spite of what she sees as Madame's propensity to be both pretentious and vain, the ballerina is prepared to sacrifice everything for her art.

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