Eva Luna

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Isabel Allende is a profound writer from Chile. The majority of her novels are based on her own personal experiences in life. Quite a few of those are related with some historical even and those pay homage to women lives, while knitting together realism and myth.

She is also known as the first ever and the most widely read author of the Spanish language in the entire world. A Long Petal of the Sea is one of her finest ever novels that you would definitely adore and even critics loved it as well. The House of the Spirits is another great one by the author that is absolutely worth your time.

Eva Luna in this novel is a revolutionary writer and above all, a great storyteller. She is daughter of an assistant of a professor and snakebitten gardener. She was born extremely poor and got orphaned at a very early age.

She started working as a servant at a tender age as well. Eva Luna is god gifted and a highly creative storyteller who meets people from all walks of life. Although, she had no wealth but she use to sell all her stories like currency to all those people, who are kind to her.

The author in this novel conjures the entire South American nation, which is a kind of a treat for the audience.

The narration is something that played a critical role in the success of the audiobook as well. It was jointly done by Timothy Andres Pabon and Cynthia Farrell, who managed to give their best performance here. Eva Luna is one of the most enchanting product of author, Isabel Allende. This is also the first novel ever of the author that became available in audiobook format.

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