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reader ã American Dirt ☆ Kindle Edition read × naturaltreatment  También de este lado hay sueñosOn this side too there are dreamsLydia uixano Pérez lives in the Mexican city of Acapulco She runs a bookstore She has a son Luca the love of her life and a wonderful husband who is a journalist Ght year old Luca soon find themselves miles and worlds away from their comfortable middle class existence Instantly transformed into migrants Lydia and Luca ride la bestia trains that make their way north toward the United States which is the only place Javier’s reach doesn’t extend As they join the countless people trying to reach el norte Lydia soon sees that everyone is running from something But what exactly are they running t YESYESYES READ ITThat beginning is gripping The most anticipated novel for 2020 has the word controversy around itI wasn’t even aware of the controversial issues until yesterday As pure FICTION it’s sooooo engaging “In a different life he could have been someone good” “This isn’t a different life” Much to engage your thinkingHow in the world does one debate the degrees of violence This novel GRABS OUR ATTENTIONIt changes something inside us Plus It’s not easy to stop thinking about the characters and all they were dealing with I can’t think of any relationship primal than a motherchild one I thought about“How does fear grief love irrational lovejustify our actionsHow do we deal with the complexity of good and evil mixed with love”The controversy over “American Dirt” is becoming as interesting as this novel itself Has me pondering both sides Howevera book that stirs our emotions and thoughts as much as this book doesis definitely BUZZ WORTHY and for lack of a better word ‘entertaining’in a gripping reading way I’ve experienced being on both sides of ‘positivenegative’ booksheated debates a couple of times In “Baby Teeth” by Zoje Stage I was on the negative side A New York newspaper uoted me as calling it “fiction nonsense” Many readers praised it with high ratings What was garbage to me was fascinating for others In “American Dirt” I’m on the positive side The storytelling is addictingthought provokingcompassionately well writtenand timely The hype started out graduallyand gradually continued to grow Negative reviews started graduallybut thenthe ’controversy wheel’ kicked in fastfaster than all the tea made in China There are several ‘Dunkin Slam’ nasty comments about this book Things I hadn’t thought about Even being a new Oprah pick is controversial But maybe that happens often with Oprah picksComparison to “The Grapes of Wrath”as the new modern American novelis also creating debatable conversations I definitely see the comparison understand it anyway I just think and agree that people who loved this novel as I did and for many reasons are TRYING to express how powerful and real this book feels So“Why the extreme divisions on this book Why all the attention” Perhaps ‘all sides’ are coming from the same place People ‘care’ Our tender sensitive sides don’t want to see others suffer be abused treated unfairly or killed In my opinion “Any ‘die hard reader’ would be a fool not to investigate all the hullabaloosurrounding “American Dirt” One needs to read it first Two thumbs up from me I lost two nights of sleepDaytime plans were canceled Read with urgencyA little uestion for those who have read itWhat book do you think inspired Luca to talk Guesses And to everyone elseWhat book would you like to read over and change the ending to be happier 5 riveting and extraordinary

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Ite books in her store And then one day a man enters the shop to browse and comes up to the register with a few books he would like to buy two of them her favorites Javier is erudite He is charming And unbeknownst to Lydia he is the jefe of the newest drug cartel that has gruesomely taken over the city When Lydia’s husband’s tell all profile of Javier is published none of their lives will ever be the sameForced to flee Lydia and ei horribly racist book abt mexico written by a white lady sooooooooooooooooo tired of yts pretending like they understand stop telling our stories through your horribly racist oppressive lenses please read a real review

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American DirtTambién de este lado hay sueñosOn this side too there are dreamsLydia uixano Pérez lives in the Mexican city of Acapulco She runs a bookstore She has a son Luca the love of her life and a wonderful husband who is a journalist And while there are cracks beginning to show in Acapulco because of the drug cartels her life is by and large fairly comfortableEven though she knows they’ll never sell Lydia stocks some of her all time favor Ok seems like a bunch of privileged 'let me show you how woke I am' white people have decided they can speak for the Latin community Surprise asshats I am of Mexican and Native American blood This is a work of FICTION Google it if you don't understand The author owes you nada Move on Get over yourself Fuck offTo say that a non Latina has no right to write about Latin issues is absurd Tell that to all of the writers of WWII fiction Again with that word fiction Any book that shines light on a dark subject is a good thing Any book that gets people talking about the plight of others is a good thing You caucasians leaving comments purporting to speak for people of color is fucking hilarious Hypocrite muchAs for your comments about Crawdads No I haven't read it which I stated in my review but that doesn't make me ignorant of the fact that it was top of the bestsellers list since it's debut Jfc go read a bookI've given my last fuck Original ReviewNo doubt this will be THE book of 2020The Where The Crawdads Sing book of 2020I've never read Crawdads and I wouldn't have read American Dirt if not so kindly offered the opportunity by the publisher This is so far from my usual genreGive me a thriller any dayI want to feel compelled to flip the pages while balancing on the edge of my seatI want to lose sleep because I can't put a book down a heart racing just one chapter type of story AND THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT I GOT WITH THIS BOOKThis book was nothing like what I was expecting and everything I could ever hope for Cummins has written a gripping and compelling narrative that every American should read Unfortunately those that need this message the most will refuse this book out of spite andor the inability to read☝️If that statement offends you then you are exactly who it is directed towards Thank you Hachette Australia for an ARC in exchange for an honest review