The Sisterhood Characters

Helen Bryan
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Menina Ann Walker

Menina Ann Walker, known as Isabella Salome during her short stay at Las Golondrinas de Los Andes as a toddler, is the protagonist of the twenty-first century timeline in this novel. In 1983, a terrible hurricane strikes South America, and a three-year-old girl is found on the beach and taken to Las Golondrinas de Los Andes because she wears their medal around her neck. Soon after, the nuns relocate the Chronicle which has been hidden for fifty years. Knowing the girl is in danger, Mother Superior allows an American couple to adopt the girl, whom they name Menina, sending the medal and Chronicle with her. Menina is an excellent child and student. In 2000, she is engaged to Theo Bonner III. But, after he rapes her, she leaves him and travels to Spain to research her thesis on Tristan Mendoza, a sixteenth century painter. The painter intrigues her...

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