ISBN 9780552993135,Of Love And Shadows

Of Love And Shadows


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ISBN 9780552993135

Random House

Publication Year 1998

ISBN 9780552993135

ISBN-10 0552993131


Number of Pages 304 Pages
Language (English)


Set in a country of arbitrary arrests, sudden disappearances and summary executions, Isabel Allende's magical new novel tells of the passionate affair of two people prepared to risk everything for the sake of justice and truth. Irene Beltr?n, a reporter, comes from a wealthy background; Francisco Leal, a young photographer secretly engaged in undermining the military dictatorship, is strongly attracted by her beauty. It does not matter that Irene's fianc? is an army captain: each time Francisco accompanies her on a magazine assignment, he falls more deeply in love with her.nnWhen they go to investigate the mysterious case of Evangelina Ranquileo, a girl suffering from spectacular fits which are rumoured to have miraculous powers, the arrival of soldiers adds a sinister aspect to the mystery. And then Evangelina disappears. Irene and Francisco, in trying to trace her and indict the Junta, become engulfed in a vortex of terror and violence. About the Author Isabel Allende was born in Lima, Peru. She has recently lived in Caracas, Venezuela, with her husband and two children. Her first two novels, The House of the Spirits and Of Love and Shadows are published by Black Swan. The House of the Spirits was made into a film starring Meryl Streep, Glenn Close, Jeremy Irons, Winona Ryder, Vanessa Redgrave, Antonio Banderas and Keanu Reeves. Table of Contents Her pen has a clenched fist and cries out against injustice. Viva Allende!','This is propaganda on the side of the angels. Latin American dictators had better ban it immediately','Breathtaking?an imaginative landscape where fabulous things happen'