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See How Much I Love You
by Luis Leante and Martin Schifino

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"Wholly entertaining . . . a novel that hooks you in from the first line. An original and dramatic love story set in an innovative context."--Mario Vargas Llosa

"With vivid imagery of desperate village life and keen insight into multicultural influences, Leante's rich, often poetic novel of romance and international politics evokes a sensuous yet savage period in this region's tumultuous history."--"Booklist"

A huge bestseller in Spain, "See How Much I Love You" won the 2007 Alfaguara Prize.  Read more...


 
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Overview

"Wholly entertaining . . . a novel that hooks you in from the first line. An original and dramatic love story set in an innovative context."--Mario Vargas Llosa

"With vivid imagery of desperate village life and keen insight into multicultural influences, Leante's rich, often poetic novel of romance and international politics evokes a sensuous yet savage period in this region's tumultuous history."--"Booklist"

A huge bestseller in Spain, "See How Much I Love You" won the 2007 Alfaguara Prize.

An epic love story: Montse and Santiago meet as teenagers in 1970s Barcelona, a poor boy and a middle-class girl ready for seduction. After they break up, Santiago flees to the western Sahara. Years later, Montse braves war and personal danger to find him.

Luis Leante is a professor of classics at the University of Murcia.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780714531540
  • ISBN-10: 0714531545
  • Publisher: Marion Boyars Publishers
  • Publish Date: January 2010
  • Page Count: 256


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