King of Cuba by Cristina Garcia
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King of Cuba Summary
Vivid and alive, Cristina García's new novel transports readers to Cuba, to Miami, and into the heads of two larger-than-life men - a fictionalized Fidel Castro and an octogenarian Cuban exile obsessed with seeking revenge against the dictator. In King of Cuba, the National Book Award finalist and author of Dreaming in Cuban, writing at the top of her form with humor and humanity, returns to the territory of her homeland.
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Cristina García is the author of six novels, including the National Book Award finalist Dreaming in Cuban; children's books; anthologies; and poetry. Her work has been translated into fourteen languages, and she is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and a Whiting Writers' Award, among other honors. She has taught literature and writing at numerous universities, and is currently University Chair in Creative Writing at Texas State University-San Marcos. Visit her website at CristinaGarciaNovelist.com.
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