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One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
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Sep 28, 08

bookshelves: magical-realism, reviewed, classics
Read in September, 2008

Everything I look for in a book - a rich, fully realized landscape, great character development, quite the page turner. The loneliness of the characters - the individuals, the family, the town - resonated with me. The magical realism of the world of Macondo was well realized and provided a beautiful backdrop to the story. Highly recommended. Must put Love in the Time of Cholera (another Marquez title) on my to read list.

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