Next Year in Havana

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Praise for Next Year in Havana

“A sweeping love story and tale of courage and familial and patriotic legacy that spans generations.”Entertainment Weekly

“This Cuban-set historical novel is just what you need to get that ~extra-summery~ feeling.”—Bustle

“The Ultimate Beach Read”Real Simple

Next Year in Havana reminds us that while love is complicated and occasionally heartbreaking, it’s always worth the risk.”—NPR

“A flat-out stunner of a book, at once a dual-timeline mystery, a passionate romance, and paean to the tragedy and beauty of war-torn Cuba. Simply wonderful!”—Kate Quinn, New York Times bestselling author of The Alice Network and The Huntress

“Cleeton has penned an atmospheric, politically insightful, and highly hopeful homage to a lost world. Devour Next Year in Havana and you, too, will smell the perfumed groves, taste the ropa vieja, and feel the sun on your face.”—Stephanie Dray, New York Times bestselling coauthor of America’s First Daughter

“Don’t miss this smart, moving, and romantic story.”—HelloGiggles.com

“A vivid, transporting novel. Next Year in Havana is about journeys—into exile, into history, and into questions of home and identity. It’s an engrossing read.”—David Ebershoff, author of The Danish Girl and The 19th Wife

“An evocative, passionate story of family loyalty and forbidden love that moves seamlessly between the past and present of Cuba’s turbulent history…Next Year in Havana kept me enthralled and savoring every word.”—Shelley Noble, New York Times bestselling author of Whisper Beach

“Chanel Cleeton’s prose is as beautiful as Cuba itself, and the story she weaves—of exile and loss, memory and myth, forbidden love and enduring friendship—is at once sweeping and beautifully intimate.”—Jennifer Robson, USA Today bestselling author of Somewhere in France

“A poignant tale of aristocracy, subterfuge, tyranny, conflict, corruption and courage during the Cuban Revolution…Next Year In Havana is an extraordinary journey that connects the past and present and will enthrall readers until the very end.”—RT Book Review (starred review)

“An enticing and wonderful read for lovers of historical fiction and soul-searching journeys.”Library Journal (starred review) 

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