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Book Review - The Altering Eye


Zoraida's book is not remotely what I expected. It's much better. Art meets technology, words meet images, cultures collide. Some real thought went into this, a lifetime of memories distilled. The world probably doesn't need another trip down memory lane by a former journalist, but it does need books like this one, a sensitive recollection of the biggest stories during her time on the ground in Colombia, and a reminder of how very little Americans know of things outside our borders. Then there's the time Zoraida finds herself in a room with drug lord Pablo Escobar, but I won't spoil that for you...

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