|Cuba: My Revolution|
|Page count||144 pages|
|Published in||September 14, 2010|
The story is set in Cuba in 1959, when 17-year old medical student Sonya dreams of becoming a painter. Encouraged by the ideals of the Cuban Revolution she joins the militia and is sent to the Bay of Pigs, where she's imprisoned and tortured by her own comrades. She returns home, but discovers her opinions are not in line with Fidel Castro's regime.
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