May 3, 2007

One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia-Marquez

This book celebrates humanity and demonstrates the beauty of human imagination. His storytelling manifests the human experience at its most colorful. Marquez' use of metaphor is like looking at life through a stainedglass window. The landscape of this novel leaves tremendous space for interpretation, providing a palette for the reader to render their own magical connection to family history and local culture.

Chosen by
Tracy Heine, Reader
Portsmouth, NH

No comments: