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Faces by the Wayside

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Faces by the Wayside is the story of a traveling soul and her adventures in the world, from Mexico to Paris to New York. One day in Mexico City, Alma, an office worker and mother of four children, has a small accident: out the window she sees the Mexican finance minister's wife and wonders how it would be to live her life. That most negligible part of Alma, the traveling s ...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published December 12th 2008 by Six Gallery Press
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teh first ever cookery book in fiction form - this is a wonderful and warm loving book -if ever there was one.
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In full simplicity, in humbleness, the soul is there for you to access while consulting this book.
I liked this manga.It was a short fun read one that was very enjoyable.
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