Daughter of Fortune.  Daughter of Fortune (original Spanish title Hija de la fortuna) is a novel by Isabel Allende, and was chosen as an Oprah's Book Club selection in February 2000.

Daughter of Fortune is great material for a telenovela. It's a story that spans the life of Eliza Sommers who grew up in Valparaiso, Chil.

Daughter of Fortune by Isabel Allende

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You can always count on historical fiction to transport you.

Duchess (Daughters of Fortune, #3) 4 STARS https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/598367919

Duchess (Daughters of Fortune series): Susan May Warren. I really enjoyed this whole series :) April 2013

Daughter of Fortune - Eliza Sommers, left as a baby on the doorstep of the Sommers, an English family living in Valparaiso, she is adopted by the spinster Rose Sommers and raised to be a proper English lady. But an equally strong childhood influence is Mama Fresia, the Sommers' Indian servant, at whose apron strings Eliza learns the culinary and medicinal secrets of an ancient culture' 'secrets that will serve her well as the adventure of her life unfolds.

Daughter of Fortune

Daughter of Fortune: Summary and book reviews of Daughter of Fortune by Isabel Allende.

Daughter of Fortune by by Isabel Allende: Summary and reviews

Daughter of Fortune - I love Isabel Allende's novels for their mix of fanatsy and history and women's approach to life.

Set between 1843 and 1853 and driven by the feverish clamor of the gold rush, “Daughter of Fortune” is an historical novel full of hardship and hard-headedness. Born in obscurity and le…

“Daughter of Fortune” by Isabel Allende

Set between 1843 and 1853 and driven by the feverish clamor of the gold rush, “Daughter of Fortune” is an historical novel full of hardship and hard-headedness. Born in obscurity and le…

Daughter Of Fortune - Isabel Allende.  I picked this book because the cover photo looks like someone I know.  Engaging tale of female survival against adversity.

Daughter Of Fortune - Isabel Allende. I picked this book because the cover photo looks like someone I know. Engaging tale of female survival against adversity.

Of course I love anything Isabel Allende, but this is one of my favorites.

Retrato en Sepia/Portrait in Sepia-Isabel Allende. - Im seriously in love with this book. Isabel Never disappoints me :)

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