PEEL MY LOVE LIKE AN ONIONEditorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe
Castillo (Loverboys, 1996, etc.) covers familiar territory here—the trials and tribulations of passion, displacement, and cultural identity—but offers a pleasing combination of the light and cheeky with the lyrically romantic. Forty-year-old Carmen "La Coja" (the cripple) finds herself at the crossroads of life, though both paths seem to lead into the abyss. Once locally renowned as a flamenco ... Read full review
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This was a very good love story interlaced with music and dancing. I liked how Carmen learned to find her own voice and dignity.