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"Bel Canto" by Ann Patchett

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An intriguing pairing - the world-class soprano, and the world-class industrialist. These two unique individuals are held hostage along with dozens of others, in Peru. I'm not sure what to make of the death of the brilliant Japanese executive, Mr. Hasokawa and the shifting of Roxane's attentions to Gen, Hasokawa's employee. Other characterizations are true-to-life, but I don't quite join other readers who praised "Bel Canto" to the skies. I can praise it, but not that highly.
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