The Limit of Words and Silence Geraldine OConnell Cusack

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Published: August 17th 2012

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The Limit of Words and Silence  by  Geraldine OConnell Cusack

The Limit of Words and Silence by Geraldine OConnell Cusack
August 17th 2012 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: | 5.30 Mb

The story of a family and of Chile...In the year 1924, a young singer with the Folies Bergère arrives in a remote mining camp deep in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile. The brash Parisian dance troupe has been invited to perform for ChacabucosMoreThe story of a family and of Chile...In the year 1924, a young singer with the Folies Bergère arrives in a remote mining camp deep in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile.

The brash Parisian dance troupe has been invited to perform for Chacabucos directors and engineers and their pampered wives. But when Colette Marchand falls in love with a young Argentinean, she sets off a chain of events that will determine the lives of several generations of her family to come- events that will explode into the rapidly changing social and political fabric of Chilean society.Praise for The Limit of Words and Silence:“Chiles turbulent history provides the dramatic backdrop for this epic tale of passion, intrigue and heroism.

Author Geraldine OConnell Cusack is a born storyteller, fiery, authentic, and true to her craft.”—Ronan OLeary, film director (Driftwood, Fragments of Isabella)“Innocence lost, hopes dashed and idealism thwarted. These are the themes of Geraldine OConnell Cusacks novel which recounts the intimate lives of three generations of women who find their fate bound up with that of their troubled nation. The author shows us the poignant fragility of our lives in the face of the relentless march of history.”—Jack ODriscoll, screenwriter, National TV Station TG4



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