Black Sugar by Miguel Bonnefoy

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A celebration of the wonders of Latin America and Venezuela in particular. From the richness of the land to the production of rum. A beautiful narrative with superb elements of magical realism. Pirates, rum, love ... what's not to like?

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Read "Black Sugar" by Miguel Bonnefoy available from Rakuten Kobo. 'A beautifully crafted tale of how small loves can grow into the big ones, often quite unexpectedly.’ The Irish Times A . Derek Walcott, Norman Lewis, Gerald Durrell, Henry Morgan, Zane Grey, Irish Times, Buried Treasure, Spanish Lessons, Love Can

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Miguel Bonnefoy’s colourful tale of a family’s changing fortunes is also the fascinating story of Venezuela’s development over the course of the 20th century.

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Black Sugar by Miguel Bonnefoy, novel set in Venezuela (translated by Emily Boyce). Bonnefoy’s very slim story begins with privateer Henry Morgan’s demise

Read "Black Sugar" by Miguel Bonnefoy available from Rakuten Kobo. 'A beautifully crafted tale of how small loves can grow into the big ones, often quite unexpectedly.’ The Irish Times A . Derek Walcott, Norman Lewis, Gerald Durrell, Henry Morgan, Zane Grey, Irish Times, Buried Treasure, Spanish Lessons, Love Can

Review of Black Sugar

Black Sugar: "Black Sugar" opens as pirate Henry Morgan dies clutching his gold, his ship sinking under a Caribbean forest. In this moment of vivid magical realism, Miguel Bonnefoy sets the stakes for his novel—sunken treasure in the islands and the lengths...

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Black Sugar - Belgravia Books Collective

Miguel Bonnefoy’s colourful tale of a family’s changing fortunes is also the fascinating story of Venezuela’s development over the course of the 20th century.

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Black Sugar by Miguel Bonnefoy Translated by Emily Boyce Synopsis: Miguel Bonnefoy’s colourful tale of a family’s changing fortunes is also the fascinating story of Venezuela’s development over the course of the 20th century. On the edge of the Latin American rainforest, the Oteros family farm sugar cane in their remote corner of the earth.…

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Miguel Bonnefoy is one of France’s most exciting new voices and his latest novel Black Sugar reflects that. In this Q&A,...

Black Sugar, by Miguel Bonnefoy (translated by Emily Boyce), is a story of pirates, buried treasure and rum. Set in the forests of Venezuela it charts the country's development through the twentieth century alongside that of residents of a remote sugar plantation. The elegant, often humorous prose is fable like. There is desire, intrigue, greed… Buried Treasure, Greed, Forests, Book Review, Rum, Pirates, Charts, Remote, Sugar

Book Review: Black Sugar

Black Sugar, by Miguel Bonnefoy (translated by Emily Boyce), is a story of pirates, buried treasure and rum. Set in the forests of Venezuela it charts the country's development through the twentieth century alongside that of residents of a remote sugar plantation. The elegant, often humorous prose is fable like. There is desire, intrigue, greed…

Read "Black Sugar" by Miguel Bonnefoy available from Rakuten Kobo. 'A beautifully crafted tale of how small loves can grow into the big ones, often quite unexpectedly.’ The Irish Times A . Derek Walcott, Norman Lewis, Gerald Durrell, Henry Morgan, Zane Grey, Irish Times, Buried Treasure, Spanish Lessons, Love Can

Black Sugar - Belgravia Books Collective

Miguel Bonnefoy’s colourful tale of a family’s changing fortunes is also the fascinating story of Venezuela’s development over the course of the 20th century.