Reading this book is like watching an action adventure movie.
Americans have a common enemy to fight, and Ramos y Sanchez makes an eloquent appeal to us all to stand united against this most treacherous of foes.
The setting and plot were very gripping, and I had a hard time putting the book down, even when it was finished.
The book makes me angry at the U.S. as depicted. I do not think we would EVER do that to the Latino population. Naturally I then empathize with the Latinos in the book. Read morePublished 20 months ago by A. Ward
Few sequels keep or exceed the roller coaster pace set by it's predecessor. "House Divided" does not disappoint. Read morePublished on March 24, 2011 by God is Good.
Having read America Libre last year and finished this one recently, I can't wait for the finale of this trilogy. Read morePublished on March 14, 2011 by Raymond Ng
Powerful. Realistic. Terrifying. Thrilling. Spellbinding.
Raul Ramos y Sanchez must be congratulated on writing such a realistic and gripping saga. Read more
The kind of novel I enjoy most is based on a good story, well told, with compelling characters. House Divided hits all those marks. Read morePublished on January 30, 2011 by Ralph Keyes
The first book in the trilogy, America Libre, was more about the events and ideology that led to the Hispanic revolt within a near-future United States. Read morePublished on January 27, 2011 by MarkP
The character development in this book was so well done, you could read it and love it even if you hadn't read Raul Ramos y Sanchez's first book, America Libre. Read morePublished on January 15, 2011 by JustOneMore