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Imagining Argentina by Lawrence Thornton
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Apr 02, 2009

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Disappearances of hundreds (if not thousands) of Argentine civilians in the late 1970's is the theme of this book. The horrible torture and killing of men, women, and even children is horrifying and shocking. The main character, Carlos, suffers the kidnapping of his wife and daughter, yet helps many to find loved ones due to his ESP- he can see what happens to the lost and let the family know where they are, if they are still alive. This is an interesting novel, but hard to read and a bit fuzzy at times.

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