2 thoughts on “Lost in Spain

  1. It is a fast read, so it’s not deep, but it did give me a real sense of the Spanish Civil War that fit with what I experienced and heard when I was in Spain earlier this year. Lots of action to keep you flipping pages. I was stunned when I started reading and discovered the book opened in my small BC town! Not what you expect about a book set in Spain, you can imagine. I was irritated by how Ted refers to his father as Will throughout the book. Why doesn’t he call him dad? or father? It’s so str

  2. This book was a little tedious. I enjoyed the last pages, but it took me awhile to get through it. I felt like I was reading a history textbook and not historical fiction.

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