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Great novel. If you enjoyed Quinonez's first novel, Bodega Dreams, then you'll enjoy this.Published 3 days ago by Adam
One of the best reads I had about NYC of what it could mean to be a "latino" in the city.Published 8 months ago by Milena
I could not put the book down. It really opened my eyes to many things I did not know about.Published 15 months ago by allison
This is one of my favorite books. I would read this book along The Hummingbird's Daughter by Luis Alberto Urrea.Published 17 months ago by Agustin
Authentic and riveting ! Very we'll written and captivated. It sheds some light on the day to day experience of the Latino community in urban areas.Published 19 months ago by Pen Name
The pages were out of order. Started with page 22 and then all the rest likewise were not in order.Published on January 16, 2013 by Avid Reader
This novel moves fast but it's lyrical and full of stories about Spanish Harlem and Santeria.
I liked it also because it kept me on guard and at times surprised. Read more
Ernesto Quinonez said himself that place is the most important part of a novel for him. He consistently mentions gentrification and how much he despises the influence of major... Read morePublished on November 30, 2009 by Megan Cottrell
A New American Classic
Yes, finally Stienbeck and Dos Passos can smile in heaven! In a time in America when we NEED authors to take a social stand, this author does. Read more