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Into the Beautiful North

A Novel

by Luis Alberto Urrea

Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea
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  • Published in USA  May 2009
    352 pages
    Genre: Novels

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Alice (04/24/13)

Into The Beautiful North
Reading this book was a bit like going home for me. I was born and raised on the Mexican border, so know the towns and cities. Urrea truly captures the minds and spirits of the Mexicans from towns like Tres Camerones. I was willing to slog through too much description, merely to follow the simplistic and predictable storyline. That was okay with me. I read Hummingbird's Daughter and found it to have more substance...still and all I enjoyed my journey through this story. There was a sweetness and graciousness that is so common in Mexico.
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