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The Passion According to Carmela

The Passion According to Carmela


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From the prize-winning, internationally bestselling novelist Marcos Aguinis comes an epic love saga set against the tumultuous backdrop of the Cuban Revolution.

It is a time for upheaval in Cuba: the time to build a new society. Even from her position of privilege, idealistic divorcée Carmela Vasconcelos sees the waves of uprising and is caught up in the excitement. Persuaded by her brother, Lucas, she flees her wealthy home to join Fidel Castro’s rebels.

In the mountainous jungle of the Sierra Maestra, Carmela meets Ignacio Deheza, a charismatic Argentinian socialist fighting on behalf of the insurrection. On the training fields of a revolution, they bond in the cause—and in a blind passion that stirs their blood and soul.

As Carmela, Ignacio, and Lucas navigate increasingly dangerous political waters, their personal fates become inexorably tied with that of their country. But when the rebellion succumbs to corruption and disillusionment, they’ll find their dedication to the movement tested. For Carmela and Ignacio, they’ll soon discover that it’s their commitment to each other—and the choices they must make to survive—that will be the greatest challenge of all.

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ISBN-13: 9781503905382
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 10/09/2018
Pages: 284
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Marcos Aguinis is the prize-winning, internationally bestselling author of more than thirty works of fiction and nonfiction. Born in Argentina in 1935, Aguinis has published thirteen novels, fifteen essay collections, four short-story collections, and two biographies. Aguinis was the first non-Spanish author to win the Planeta Prize for his book The Inverted Cross, and his novel Against the Inquisition was praised by Nobel laureate Mario Vargas Llosa as a “stirring song of freedom.” When democracy was reinstated in Argentina in 1983, Aguinis became secretary of culture and sponsored the renowned cultural renaissance. For more information about the author and his works, visit www.aguinis.net.

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