SEAMSTRESS

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'Lavishly detailed the leisurely pace and attention to detail immerse the reader in both gilded halls and unsavory bandit camps' Publishers Weekly 'This engrossing historical saga of Brazil in the 1920s and 1930s the novel's true beauty is the …

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    Om SEAMSTRESS

    'Lavishly detailed the leisurely pace and attention to detail immerse the reader in both gilded halls and unsavory bandit camps' Publishers Weekly 'This engrossing historical saga of Brazil in the 1920s and 1930s the novel's true beauty is the exquisitely realized relationship between Emilia and Luzia, two strong women who, despite the separate paths their lives take, remain connected and committed to each other' Library Journal 'Wonderfully descriptive, both of emotions and the wild interior of northern Brazil. But its success lies in the portrayal of sisterhood - the love, jealousy and earnest loyalty of sororal love' Psychologies 'Fans of Isabel Allende will find much to recommend in this saga, with its fully realized characters, gripping moral quandaries, tense drama, and lyrical descriptive prose' ELLE

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    Format
    Pocket
    Utgivelsesår
    2009
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9780747596868

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