The Law of Love

The Law of Love

Book - 1996
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The greatly anticipated new work from the author of the international bestseller Like Water for Chocolate tells a cosmic love story, a Mexican Midsummer Night's Dream that stretches from the fall of Montezuma's Mexico to the 23rd century. By including the music that so perfectly accompanies the story, this audio weaves and enchanting and enveloping spell that will absorb listeners in ways no novel ever has before. 4 cassettes.
Publisher: New York : Crown Publishers, 1996
ISBN: 9780517706817
Branch Call Number: FICTION Esq
Description: 266 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm + 1 compact disc
Additional Contributors: Peden, Margaret Sayers


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Nov 15, 2019

its obvious that kirkus review lacks the imagination required to enjoy this book. This book is a true portend of what is to come. Written over thirty years ago it accurately predicted some current trends in health care and is an adventure to read.

Feb 24, 2010

This is absolutely one of my favorite books of all time. It's interactive magical realism, with a CD in the back that you play at certain times as you look at art in the book. Just lovely, and a useful story.


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