Tropical Night Falling
From one of Latin America's most celebrated writers--author of Kiss of the Spider Woman--comes his poignant yet hard-edged final novel. At the heart of the story are two elderly Argentine sisters who share a life of gentle gossip. But through their conversations, Puig reveals the chaotic, violent lives of their neighbors.
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Tropical night fallingUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
A pair of elderly sisters living in tropical Brazilian exile from "stinking old Argentina,'' where winters can be rough, embody Puig's conviction that life moves on waves of desire and regret. It's ... Read full review
Review: Tropical Night FallingUser Review - Mo - Goodreads
I loved the narrative structure Puig used. Most of the action was relayed to the reader by two sisters gossiping and visiting. The sisters are funny, sweet, sad, and all too human. Read full review