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In 1991, Isabel Allende's 28-year-old daughter Paula fell into a coma. This book was written by her bedside - a memoir, a family history and a letter from mother to daughter, created in case Paula ever woke up.
Revisiting Allende's childhood, her early career and marriage, and the turbulent political events of Chile in the 1970s, Paula is an extraordinary blend of memory and retrospective, past and present. At once a fascinating account of the breakdown of a country and an immensely moving description of parenthood, loss and grief, this is a unique narrative from an exceptional writer.