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Un pasado persiguiéndola. Un futuro aún por construir. Y un cuaderno para escribir toda una vida.
 
“Soy Maya Vidal, diecinueve años, sexo femenino, soltera, sin un enamorado, por falta de oportunidades y no por quisquillosa, nacida en Berkeley, California, pasaporte estadounidense, temporalmente refugiada en una isla al sur del mundo. Me pusieron Maya porque a mi Nini le atrae la India y a mis padres no se les ocurrió otro nombre, aunque tuvieron nueve meses para pensarlo. En hindi, maya significa ‘hechizo, ilusión, sueño’. Nada que ver con mi carácter. Atila me calzaría mejor, porque donde pongo el pie no sale más pasto”.
 
“Esta Maya me ha hecho sufrir más que ningún otro de mis personajes. En algunas escenas le habría dado unas cachetadas para hacerla entrar en razón, y en otras la habría envuelto en un apretado abrazo para protegerla del mundo y de su propio corazón atolondrado”. —Isabel Allende
Published: Random House Publishing Group on Jul 21, 2011
ISBN: 9780307832672
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of course it is a typical Allende when California and Chile is brought together. oneod the few books that are set in thr modern times. give you an interesting inside of the village life in Chile. not sure how much of the traditions are true but is sounds convincing to me. maya goes through a selfmade hell because of drugs and alcohol. in Chile she recovers in no time. almost too easy. is there something in thr Chilenian air? maybe we should build lots of drug recover centers there. everybody is unatural friendly. even the childmolester and inzest-happy fathers. strange twist that manual ends up as her bio grand- pa. not necessary for the story. otherwise a good solid read.read more
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of course it is a typical Allende when California and Chile is brought together. oneod the few books that are set in thr modern times. give you an interesting inside of the village life in Chile. not sure how much of the traditions are true but is sounds convincing to me. maya goes through a selfmade hell because of drugs and alcohol. in Chile she recovers in no time. almost too easy. is there something in thr Chilenian air? maybe we should build lots of drug recover centers there. everybody is unatural friendly. even the childmolester and inzest-happy fathers. strange twist that manual ends up as her bio grand- pa. not necessary for the story. otherwise a good solid read.
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