Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel García Márquez is a moving tale about a lasting, possibly misguided, love. As one of the most complicated emotions or decisions, love is nearly impossible to truly grasp. The confusing nature of love is even more difficult for the young and unfortunately, they are the most affected by its sting. Gabriel García Márquez weaves for us a complicated tale that shows us many faces of love and its enduring power.
In a culture where divorce is common and a truly lasting love often seems of make-believe Love in the Time of Cholera is a weird source of hope. A love formed in youth and based on idealized notions manages to stand the test of time (for at least one of the parties involved). A very non-traditional love story is the center of this tale, but unforgettable characters make it all the more moving.
Don’t miss this Nobel Prize winner and while wrapped in a world dominated by love enjoy a warm cup of orange spice tea. The sweet and spicy citrus brings you nicely into the Caribbean coast and blends well with the sweet and spicy natures of love.