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James PolkAs this insightful and provocative novel draws to a close, Zabalaga discovers that his father's reality is about as elusive as that of the city he has returned to. In fact, there may be no reality in either case -- only the effect of selectively distorted memory. As the son realizes near the end, all along he has been nothing more (or less) than "the meeting point for all the different versions of the story."
— The Washington Post