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Carlos Eire
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"The world changed while I slept, and much to my surprise, no one had consulted me." Chapter 1, pg.1

"I knew that some of the kids at my school were very wealthy. I knew this because even in my own neighborhood, our house was relatively small. Crammed with valuables, but still small." Chapter 9 pg.74

"When I die, I would like to be buried at a Christmas tree farm." Chapter 10, pg.85

"You see, Spanish culture is built upon one warning: beware, all is illusion." Chapter 10, pg. 87

"I was one of the lucky ones. Fidel couldn't obliterate me as he did all other children, slicing off their heads ever so slowly, and replacing them with fearful, slavish copies of his own. New heads held in place by tow bolts, like Boris Karloff's in Frankenstein, one bolt forged from fear, the other from illusion." Chapter 10, pg. 87

"What was going on in his head...

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