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THE SECOND TIME WE MET

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A capable though lackluster second novel from Colombian-American novelist Cobo (Tell Me Something True, 2009) about an American man searching Bogotá for his birthmother. The book begins in Colombia during the era of guerrillas and paramilitary fighters and small towns that are captive to their power struggles. A quiet village is invaded by a group of guerrilla soldiers from the mountains, and ... Read full review

Review: The Second Time We Met

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com

Adored and nurtured by his adoptive parents in California, Asher Stone has moved effortlessly through a nearly perfect life. He is on the verge of a professional soccer career when a car accident throws his future into doubt. Suddenly, Asher begins to wonder about his past, and about the girl who gave him up for adoption in Colombia two decades ago. And so begins his search for a woman named Rita ... Read full review

Review: The Second Time We Met

User Review  - Stacie - Goodreads

Good book, not great, but sweet and easy. I disliked the protagonist, Rita, which affected my impression of the book as a whole. I think the reader is not supposed to like Rita but feel sorry for her instead and then in the end maybe come to an understanding about her. Read full review


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