Of Love and Shadows by Isabel Allende

Set against the backdrop of a South American country under a military dictatorship, this novel follows the story of a woman journalist and her lover, a photographer, who, while working together, uncover a hidden mass grave in a remote part of their country. Their discovery leads them into danger as they try to expose the truth about the brutal regime ruling their country, while also dealing with their own personal issues and their growing love for each other. The story is a blend of romance and political drama, showing the power of love and courage in the face of oppression and fear.

The 3108th greatest book of all time


Published
1984
Nationality
Chilean
Type
Fiction
Pages
290-320
Words
104,000
Original Language
Spanish

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