A NovelBook - 2020 | First U.S. edition.
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November. Lydia, a successful bookstore owner in Acapulco, finds herself having to flee north with her child to escape a violent drug cartel after her journalist husband writes a tell-all profile of the cartel boss.
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"Lydia is dubious at first, but if you can't trust a librarian, who can you trust?" -pg. 375
"Every day a fresh horror, and when it's over, this feeling of surreal detachment. A disbelief, almost, in what they just endured. The mind is magical. Human beings are magical.”
“There’s a wonderful piece of graffiti on the border wall in Tijuana…. TAMBIÉN DE ESTE LADO HAY SUEÑOS. On this side, too, there are dreams.” - Author’s Note p. 383
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