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Multi-award-winning Uruguayan American author de Robertis (The Gods of Tango) offers a story both personal and political, presenting the lives of five beautifully crafted individuals while making the torments of a repressive regime very real. [See Prepub Alert, 3/4/19.]

The Gods of Tango

This beautifully realized work is as evocative and textured as the tango itself. De Robertis deserves to share fans with the likes of Isabel Allende and Julia Alvarez, not just for creating similar settings but for masterly storytelling. [See Prepub Alert, 1/5/15.]


Highly recommended for all fiction enthusiasts, particularly those interested in Latin and South American issues; read with works like Marie Arana's Cellophane and Laura Restrepo's Delirium and No Place for Heroes. [See Prepub Alert, 9/11/11.]



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