The list author says: "Alright, so you'd like to know more about what it means to be Venezuela and what the country and its people are about? Everybody has a Venezuelan friend nowadays, so perhaps you'd like to understand them a little better and find out what makes them tick?
Well, I've been waiting a while for a particular Venezuelan novel to come out and since I'm already here, I might as well share some of the books in my libary with you.
"This is a lovely story of a young Venezuelan expatriate. It accurately portrays why Venezuelans are leaving the country like never before, so it will help you understand your Venezuelan friends a heck of a lot better. It will make you laugh, cry, and "hit your head against the wall" as the main character in the book.
"The Silence and the Scorpion is a "clocked" account of what happened, where, to whom, and by whom during the massacre of April 11; an event which resulted in the temporary ousting of President Hugo Chavez in 2002.
Read my full review in the product's page.
If you care about Venezuela at all, do yourself a favor and read it."
"I thought the "Cuatro" was a Venezuelan exclusive until I saw Jake Shimabukuro play the Ukulele. Oh well, Venezuelan or Hawaiian, this four-stringed guitar-like instrument can play wonders in the right hands."