Golden Child by Claire Adam | Book Review 16/2019

Golden Child is a profound statement about family and community and the chain of events set in motion by our preferences and how we act on them. And gently and urgently, it asks over and over, how much does love cost? And what are you willing to sacrifice for it? The story unfolds against the…

Mortified

Amid the disenchantment surrounding Castro’s early 1980s regime and her husband’s failed attempts at organizing a revolution of his own, Soledad takes her two children, Ulises and Isabel, and flees, not to a pseudo-Cuban community of refugees in Miami but onward to Hartford, Connecticut. There, she begins a relationship with a foreigner, a Dutchman named…