Ten Backyard Stories from Panimache

  • Title: Ten Backyard Stories from Panimache
  • Author: Roberto Moulun
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  • Page: 421
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ten Backyard Stories from Panimache This collection of enchanting folklore completed in by master storyteller Roberto Moulun is based on typical village stories told and retold at backyard gatherings in Central America These ten
    This collection of enchanting folklore, completed in 1996 by master storyteller Roberto Moulun, is based on typical village stories told and retold at backyard gatherings in Central America These ten stories were first published in 2012 in a combined volume titled The Iguana Speaks My Name, which included Moulun s novella of the that name Kirkus Reviews named the combineThis collection of enchanting folklore, completed in 1996 by master storyteller Roberto Moulun, is based on typical village stories told and retold at backyard gatherings in Central America These ten stories were first published in 2012 in a combined volume titled The Iguana Speaks My Name, which included Moulun s novella of the that name Kirkus Reviews named the combined volume one of the top twenty five best Indie Fiction books of 2012 The book also won the 2013 Silver Benjamin Franklin Award for First Book of Fiction, awarded by the Independent Book Publishers Association in the United States.

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    1. Not as good as his classic "The Iguana Speaks My Name" it features Quince and the folk from the village of Panimache. Some of stories abruptly ended while others were of a high class depicting life in this isolated Guatemalan village.

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    2. Impressive collection of short stories from a master storyteller. His writing uses the same magical realism techniques as Isabel Allende and Gabriel Marquez Garcia. Really good stuff.

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