Love in the Time of Cholera

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 0241968577 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingrahar109wing of Ash Vale, Surrey United Kingdom on 11/27/2019
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Journal Entry 1 by wingrahar109wing from Ash Vale, Surrey United Kingdom on Wednesday, November 27, 2019
Different cover to that shown.

World Book Night 2011 book found while sorting a charity shop donation. For re-releasing.

Released 1 yr ago (1/14/2020 UTC) at Allsop Arms Pub, Gloucester Pl in Marylebone, Greater London United Kingdom


Being taken to the meet-up.

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Picked this up at today’s London evening meet up. Plan to use it to either trade or put in my Dagenham Little Free Library.

I have actually already read it. Here’s what I thought of it:
I wanted to read this book as it appears on a few lists that I am trying to read my way through (to diversify what I read).

Having also read One Hundred Years of Solitude for the same reason, left me beginning this book with dread! I didn't get One Hundred Years of Solitude and found it rather confusing and hard to follow.

I was really rather relieved to discover that was (generally) not the case with this book. I found it an interesting journey looking at peoples relationships. I think there are many accurate observations of both are contained amongst the pages of this book.

Having said all that tho, it is a pretty intense read. It took me far longer that a book of it's size normally would! I feel rather relieved to have finished it.

Journal Entry 4 by Shahrun at Dagenham Little Free Library in Dagenham, Essex United Kingdom on Friday, February 14, 2020

Released 11 mos ago (2/14/2020 UTC) at Dagenham Little Free Library in Dagenham, Essex United Kingdom


This is a special festive themed release in Dagenham Little Free Library to celebrate our first Valentine’s Day open in 2020.

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Journal Entry 5 by Shahrun at Dagenham, Essex United Kingdom on Thursday, February 20, 2020
No takers yet, so I’ve reshuffled the Library and taken this one out for now. Plan to try again for a World Book Night event I want to try.

Journal Entry 6 by Shahrun at Dagenham, Essex United Kingdom on Thursday, April 23, 2020

Released 9 mos ago (4/23/2020 UTC) at Dagenham, Essex United Kingdom


It’s actually World Book Night today! And I’m posting this off to a fellow BookCrosser, as my side of a swap. Hope you enjoy this more than I did.

Journal Entry 7 by 4evagreen at Furness Vale, Derbyshire United Kingdom on Saturday, April 25, 2020
Arrived safely. Many thanks for sharing this I look forward to reading it.

Journal Entry 8 by 4evagreen at Furness Vale, Derbyshire United Kingdom on Friday, May 22, 2020
The main theme of this novel is love-sickness. Garcia Marquez portrays it as a literal illness, comparable to cholera and Florentino suffers from it physically just as he might any malady. I had very low expectations before starting this novel and almost didn't start it at all but that really would have been a shame. This is a complex story which at times is a little overblown but IMHO Marquez successfully delivers a touching and at times amusing story that portrays not only the everlasting strength of 'first' love but also shines a light on the sometimes touchy topic of love in the older years particularly after a bereavement, as such this book deserves to be on the 1001 list despite finding the paedophilia element towards the end uncomfortable reading and unnecessary .

Journal Entry 9 by 4evagreen at Buxton, Derbyshire United Kingdom on Monday, June 01, 2020

Released 7 mos ago (6/1/2020 UTC) at Buxton, Derbyshire United Kingdom


Going across the pond as a BookMooch. Enjoy!

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Journal Entry 10 by wingAnonymousFinderwing at San Diego, California USA on Wednesday, June 17, 2020
looking forward to reading

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