Reading: Half Past Noon in Cuba

I like to read book set in the location of my upcoming travels.  And with Cuba scheduled for January, I started Half Past Noon in Cuba by Maximiliano Febles.   I am just a few chapters in…so far it is delightful.

“A breathtaking story of a family in the midst of chaos, struggling with all they have to stay strong despite the horrible events all around them. Febles has written a gripping tale that presents the tragic impact that the Castro Regime had on all aspects of life, for so many families – both then and now. Highly recommended!” The Columbia Review.


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