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5.0 out of 5 stars THIS IS THE NEW GODFATHER !!, April 29, 2009, By Karlox Mexia "Karlox" (Coral Springs, USA)
Virginia Vallejo's memoir is MOVIELIKE! This is the story of the most famous Colombian couple of all times, not some product of investigative reporting or one of those apologies dictated by hitmen to Colombian and American journalists who paint Escobar as some Hollywood superhero. This woman WAS THERE, in Pablo's arms, his ranch, his zoo, his jungle hidings, during five years. she knew his presidents, accomplices, partners, rivals, paramilitaries, rebels, rivals. After reading Aquel Palacio en llamas one understands what is going on in Latin America. and after seeing Virginia's pictures in her website I understood why Escobar went to war for that woman.

5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing,
Julio B. Or Molina "Julio Moliina"
Virginia Vallejo has the heart of a lionese! I loved her story and read the book in a matter of hours,it's a gripping narration splendidly told.. I have to say that I truly enjoyed her aristocratic vision(despite of my personal rejection for all forms of oligarchic power) and perception( not less human by the way) of these terrible years that tore a country apart. And the least I can do is to congratulate her for having the courage( armed with her heart and intellect) of publishing this book in order to denounce the endless corruption that flagellates our societies in Latin America. Bravo Virginia!

5.0 out of 5 stars
This is an unconventional love story, and also one on greed and power. Pablo Escobar didn't deserve Virginia Vallejo's love and courage, of course. That monster was very smart to choose her to write his biography. The story is filled with joy, humor, political corruption, compassion and sense of History. Great reading for both men and women!

5.0 out of 5 stars
y PacoMendez
Wao! The revelations made by this celebrity who is becoming the most powerful voice against presidential and media corruption by the drug cartels are changing the geopolitics of the continent. This intimate biography of Pablo Escobar's by the only prominent woman in his life is destined to become a classic and a superb movie. We look forward to the continuation.



President Correa of Ecuador shows Amando a Pablo, odiando a Escobar to the Press in 2008 and 2009



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