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Soledad's Sister

E her sister Soledad who used Rory's identity to secure a job in Saudi Arabia No one knows for sure how this woman died; the body bears signs of foul play and abuse and now waits to be claimed at the airportA Paez policeman Walter is assigned to drive out to Manila to pick up the body accompanied by Rory Both Walter and Rory who vaguely. 2008 can be considered a high watermark for the Philippine novel as Jose Dalisay already an established name in Philippine letters as well as columnist academic a

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A casket arrives at the Ninoy Auino International Airport in Manila bearing the body of a woman manifested as Aurora V Cabahug one of over 600 overseas Filipino workers who return as corpses to this airport every year The real Aurora however is very much alive a karaoke bar singer in the distant town of Paez; the woman in the box must b. The Woman in the Box the title of the first chapter of the second novel by Filipino writer Jose Dalisay recounts the story of Aurora Cabahug s journey as a corpse The Coquette and the Boarding School real Aurora however is very much alive a karaoke bar singer in the distant town of Paez; the woman in the box must b. The Woman in the Box the title of the first chapter of the second novel by Filipino writer Jose Dalisay Imagimorphia recounts the story of Aurora Cabahug s journey as a corpse

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Know each other find their own lives redefined by the sudden return of the dead Walter has been left by his wife and son for a new life in England; Rory feels herself standing on the brink of great prospects ambitions that her sister never achieved Somewhere on its long way home the body gets stolen and things get even confused than ev. A flight from Jeddah Saudi Arabia arrives at the Ninoy Auino Airport and unloads its passengers and cargo among them a casket containing a dead womanThe overseas


10 thoughts on “Soledad's Sister

  1. says:

    The truth was never just one person's story or one version of what happened never a shining absolute but an often filthy and ragged compromise that took not only godly patience to piece together but also the devil's sureness of the worst of human nature This was one of the few books that stayed on my shelves for

  2. says:

    When I and my family went to Hong Kong last 2007 to enjoy our summer vacation it only made our summer worst like an acupuncturist pin you with thousand of needles one at a time slowly but surely It was a nightmare that until now I can't help but to regret everything I spent to that trip but one thing that really struck me most it was the number of OFWs or Overseas Filipino Workers in Central Victoria ParkYou can't ima

  3. says:

    The Woman in the Box the title of the first chapter of the second novel by Filipino writer Jose Dalisay recounts the story of Aurora Cabahug's journey as a corpse in a casket from Jeddah Saudi Arabia to her home country Aurora was one of millions of Filipino workers scattered all over the world who left the Ph

  4. says:

    2008 can be considered a high watermark for the Philippine novel as Jose Dalisay already an established name in Philippine letters as well as columnist academic and untiring blogger came close to bagging Asia’s most coveted literary awardHis

  5. says:

    I really liked Soledad's Sister I just love the familiarity of the book I find myself at times trying to connect to a book but I can't because it happened in New York Egypt or Hogwarts somewhere I've never been to But this one is just too close to home I find myself saying Been there and done that like when Walter and Rory ate at Aristocra

  6. says:

    Review adapted from my original review published at Coffeespoons This is the first Philippine novel to be shortlisted for the distinguished Man

  7. says:

    I got this at a discounted price because the cover was folded I am very glad I grabbed this book by impulseAn OFW's body gets sent home from Jeddah with the name Aurora Cabahug Her cause of death is unknown Appa

  8. says:

    A BOOK REPORT ON “SOLEDAD’S SISTER”By Jose DalisayThe novel starts with a woman in the box identified as Aurora Cabahug arriving at the Ninoy Auino International Airport Her death certificate would simply say that she had died because of “drowning” in Jeddah However the real Aurora also known as “Rory” is actually alive and works as a singer in one of the karaoke bars in the town of Paez Walter a Paez pol

  9. says:

    A flight from Jeddah Saudi Arabia arrives at the Ninoy Auino Airport and unloads its passengers and cargo among th

  10. says:

    the plot is all too familiar to any pinoy the characters are like someone we know kamag anak kaibigan kakilala kamag anak kaibigan or kakilala ng kakilala ng kakilala its all too realistic that at times i felt i was not reading a fiction but learning something about persons i know or i thought I knew and that's the way li

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