The book of salt

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RB Large Print, 2003 - Americans - 371 pages
17 Reviews
In deciding if he should accompany his employers to America, stay in France, or go back to his native Vietnam, Binh recalls his life in Vietnam, the jobs he's held since leaving there, and the people it has helped him meet.

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User Review  - emi Bevacqua - Goodreads

First off, Monique Truong is a super talented author and I will happily look for more of her books. Unfortunately, The Book of Salt is filled with all three of my Sleepy Read Triggers: religion ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gaele - Goodreads

AudioBook Review Stars: Overall: 3 Narration : 3 Story : 3 How was I to resist a story that told the tale of Binh, the cook to Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas: expats all living in Paris. Anh Binh ... Read full review


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