The critically acclaimed author of A Place Where the Sea Remembers presents the saga of three generations of Salvadoran women whose lives are changed in unexpected ways by a letter that has lain unopened for twenty-six years. Tour."
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Review: Bitter GroundsUser Review - Alison - Goodreads
The story of people from two families in El Salvador, one wealthy one poor, during times of upheaval, spans different generations. She( the author) to me is an excellent writer with great characters that one can really get into. Read full review
Review: Bitter GroundsUser Review - Carol - Goodreads
Started out as the historical fiction I thought it would be then got very slow and dull and kind of cheap romance like. Plowed through and finished it but wouldn't give is more than 3 stars. Read full review