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User Review  - DVerdecia - LibraryThing

This novel moves between Cuba and the United States featuring three generations of a single family. The novel focuses particularly on the females—Celia del Pino, her daughters Lourdes and Felicia ... Read full review

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User Review  - acarritt - LibraryThing

Dreaming in Cuba chronicles the lives of three generation of Cuban women in one family split between Cuba and the USA. Each of the main characters have significant emotional and psychological ... Read full review

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User Review  - turtlesleap - LibraryThing

Told from a half a dozen different viewpoints, shifting in time, this books is a challenge to read. The language is beautiful and sensual, the characters dysfunctional to a point often nearing ... Read full review

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User Review  - NancyChase - LibraryThing

Interesting Story, but a cumbersome read. I found Dreaming in Cuban to be a cumbersome effort to read. Almost from the start I was beginning to lose track of the characters and I was beginning to ... Read full review

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Interesting Story, but a cumbersome read.
I found Dreaming in Cuban to be a cumbersome effort to read. Almost from the start I was beginning to lose track of the characters and I was beginning to
think that I would need a score card to keep track of who was who. In this novel the author did create interesting scenes that centers around the Cuban family, and culture but there were so many loose ends when I finished reading the book that the overall story just didn't connect with me. It's not a terrible read, maybe just an entertaining story.  


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