"Amazing feat of granular reporting...."
Notre Dame Magazine has a regular feature called "What I'm reading.." Editors, professors and others linked to the university throw light on new books that caught their eye. On Dec, 1, John Monczunski, a former associate editor of the magazine (which I've contributed to since 2003 when I was fortunate enough to spend a semester as a visiting fellow at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies while working on The Man Who Invented Fidel (Public Affairs, 2006) who has been to Cuba, picked The Cubans. In his thoughtful essay, he calls the book "an amazing feat of granular reporting," that provides a "three-dimensional snapshot of life in Cuba today." Here's a link to his entire essay. https://magazine.nd.edu/stories/what-im-reading-the-cubans-anthony-depalma/