Although the book and its story line is very interesting, her reading is so overly dramatic that there are no high points or low points. It’s all one dramatic tone, one big dramatic setting. It’s hard to imagine these conversations actually happening, as they are so unreal in their level of insanity. I’m curious to see the movie, but the book was definitely one I had to push through to finish.
Seduced by a Narco, Virginia is guilty of crimes just like her lover Escobar. She never blames herself for anything that happen to the people of Columbia. Rather, she let's her love for Pablo obscure her judgment. Another gold digger who slept with many rich men for the sole purpose of not starting to death. She strongly believe that Pablo was her Knight/Narco is shining Armor/Coke. Overall, this book gives a great insight from a beautiful and intellectual whore who Pablo manipulated from the start. Other than Pablo's love, all Virginia could do is compare the wealth of criminal masterminds whether they worked for a Cartel or the government. Corruption at its finest in Latin America.
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