By Eduardo González Viaña,Heather Moore Cantarero
From Doña Asunción, who via sheer strength of will is helping her terminally in poor health son outwit technology . . . to a really exhausted woman loss of life who has misplaced all curiosity in her vocation . . . to a bottle-blond mobilephone intercourse woman who’s trying to find love . . . González Viaña pens daring and robust depictions of immigrant lifestyles. Infused with the hearty people traditions of Latin the US, those tales stick to immigrants as they face fierce demanding situations in adapting to existence at the different facet of the border.
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