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6:00 PM Today at Books & Books, Coral Gables, FL: Regina Anavy and her book, Out of Cuba: Memoir of a Journey

Share a wonderful afternoon packed with anecdotes, insights, and thoughts from a marvelous woman, Regina Anavy, author of Out of Cuba.

Friday Dec. 6th. @ 6:00 p.m.

Books & Books
265 Aragon Ave
Coral Gables, Florida

A real life story of determination, survival, compassion and love.

An inspirational tale of overcoming the odds.

Anyone who has loved Cuba will relate to this book. Venezuelans living the current turmoil in their country will also relate to this book. Anavy’s first-hand experiences bring this book to life and help those of us who take our freedom for granted, remember just how fortunate we are.

As with so many other barbaric events in history, when the official history of the Cuban people is written, many of us will wonder in amazement why we didn't do more to destroy Castro's madness and be more sympathetic to the Cuban plight. This book is a must read to maintain alive a truth that is, if not currently being buried, at least being successfully ignored by many. This is a MUST READ for anyone.

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