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Something was lost in the translation! Often difficult to follow the storyline.Published 7 days ago by Betty L. Saunders
A fascinating account of the real-life young woman who saved lives and promoted peace in the years leading up to the Mexican Revolution. Read morePublished 29 days ago by G. Elizabeth Kretchmer, The Damnable Legacy
This was a wonderful read. It was fun to read about Mexico and the southwest. The heroine had a gift that she had to learn to live with.Published 1 month ago by Janet NM
I loved this book. The author painted such vivid descriptions, I was happy to be on the journey with TheresitaPublished 1 month ago by Kristina Knotts
I normally don't like novels but this was a great reading experience.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
This is such a good book, full of complex characters and an interesting historic plot. Urrea writes incredibly well that I'll probably read this book a second time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
In the second half of the nineteenth century, a little girl is born to a laborer on a large ranch in Sinaloa, Mexico. Read morePublished 2 months ago by H. Bok
An excellent history of authentic Mexico and the idiosyncrasies of the people. Flavorful and colorful!Published 2 months ago by Renaedarlene