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This is a great book. You will never think about immigration and border crossings the same way after reading this bookPublished 13 hours ago by Ken T
Anyone interested in a better understanding of immigration issues should read this book. The vast majority of people trying to come to the US from Mexico and South and Central... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Lyle Romer
An interesting read about a problem that has existed for decades, and no one seems able to fix. Urrea brought to life the lives of the Yuma 14, humanizing the victims and drawing... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jackie from Texas
Very interesting to learn the Yuma 14 personally and the hell they went through to experience Liberty. Unfortunately they were conned out of their money & led to a horrible death.Published 19 days ago by J. Hubbard
I purchased this book after a year or so ago reading Urrea's book The Hummingbird's Daughter. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Fishing_Girl
Urrea sheds light on The Yuma 14. Abandoned in the desert, left for dead. Urrea does an incredible job creating a compelling narrative. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jorge Alberto Orduna SR.
Good book about the US being bad and letting people die. Open borders are necessary. Impeach Obama and Bush.Published 1 month ago by Cale Byers
Great book and an easy read. It was required in one of my classes, but I ended up reading through it for enjoyment.Published 1 month ago by Paul C Flynn