The book of salt

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RB Large Print, 2003 - Americans - 371 pages
19 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  - Reese (whimsicalbibliophile) - Goodreads

The prose is definitely beautiful. I really enjoyed the culinary imagery that leaks into every aspect of Binh's descriptions; it was very different from your typical imagery, something I haven't been ... Read full review

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User Review  - Cherie - Goodreads

I would like to say that I liked it more, but I just can't. I feel pretty well read, but this story is a mystery of wandering thoughts. Some parts flowed nicely and others were very disjointed and ... Read full review


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