Isabel Allende

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>>By Amanda   (Saturday, 22 Feb 2003 00:21)



Her writing is inspiring in many ways. /when I read Paula,
I cried, because I had lost a young daughter. What she wrote about her daughter was beautiful, she inspired me to
try. I have taught writing, but it is not the same as pouring out your heart in an interesting, historical, and in a way that
grabs or hooks the interest of so many people, that they cannot put a book of yours down until it is finished. Bravo to Isabell!

>>By Phyllis   (Thursday, 6 Mar 2003 11:15)



hello mi name is marc anthony
I from peru
I study in school nuestra seņora de la luz, I has the book of la casa de los espiritus

>>By fiori   (Tuesday, 1 Jul 2003 02:51)



Hey I loved the book Daughter of Fortune. I was told that it was actually part of a trilogy? If it is could someone send me a posting on it please I must finish it I am not sure which one goes next!

>>By LLUVIA   (Friday, 9 Jul 2004 09:48)



i don't know if you have ever rean Aphrodite: A Memoir of the Senses (Tales, Recipes and other Aphrozidiacs), but you must to! This is the kind of book that everyone has to deal with time after time....It's the kind of book u should always have to have at home. The story of senses, feelings, nature, alchemy and mixure of all of it.

>>By Felina   (Wednesday, 25 Aug 2004 10:14)



The house of the spirits (have I translated it correctly?) is a genious book!!
Its so different in its expression!

>>By Alanna Skovsang   (Wednesday, 29 Sep 2004 19:38)



isabel allende is a wonderfull writer.. the way she mixed subjects in her writing without loosing track of the main idea is amazing... OF SHADOW AND DEATH is one of the most perfects book i have ever read....

>>By sublime_lau_py   (Sunday, 3 Apr 2005 17:37)



The first book i read of this amazing author was "daughter of fortune" and since then have been hooked, i recently bought "city of beasts" and have since read it several times. She is a timeless author that transcends age and gender barriers. Every book i have read of hers has always managed to stir some sort of emotion in me....which is very rare!

>>By kudos   (Wednesday, 6 Apr 2005 16:53)



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