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Infinite Country by Patricia Engel | Thoughts

   Published : 2021   ||    Format : print   ||    Location : Colombia ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆   What was it about the country that kept everyone hostage to its fantasy? The previous month, on its own soil, an American man went to his job at a plant and gunned down fourteen coworkers, and last spring alone there were four different school shootings. A nation at war with itself, yet people still spoke of it as some kind of paradise.. Thoughts : Infinite Country follows two characters - young Talia, who at the beginning of this book, escapes a girl’s reform school in North Colombia so that she can make her previously booked flight to the US. Before she can do that, she needs to travel many miles to reach her father and get her ticket to the rest of her family. As we follow Talia’s treacherous journey south, we learn about how she ended up in the reform school in the first place and why half her family resides in the US. Infinite Country tells the story of her family through the other protagonist, El

Look at what just arrived! - October 11, 2010

mailboxmonday This meme was originally hosted by Marcia @ The Printed Page. It went on tour beginning August '10 and is hosted this month by She Reads and Reads. It is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week (checked out library books don’t count, eBooks & audio books do).

This week I received two books that I am excited about.

I saw My Lost Daughter by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg on a lot of blogs last week during a blog tour, and the pretty positive reviews have made me excited to read this one. This is a pretty huge book, so it will take me a while to get through it, but that's okay for books. This is supposed to be a legal thriller (and I love courtroom novels - I'm a big Perry Mason fan), which is the main reason I accepted this one for review from PR by the Book.

The other book that came in was The Sweet By and By by Todd Johnson. I have been seeing this one occasionally on a few blogs, and the cover looks really wonderful, especially the color combination. I won this one at Joanne's Jo-Jo Loves to read during the BBAW giveaways.

Have you read any of these books?


Comments

DCMetroreader said…
I love legal thrillers too so My Lost sounds terrific - will look forward to your review.
Legal thrillers, very fun. Somehow I haven't heard of either of these books so I look forward to seeing what you think of them
Mary (Bookfan) said…
Enjoy your new books!
I'm interested to read your thoughts on My Lost Daughter -- have a fun week! Here's my Mailbox: Coffee and a Book Chick -- Mailbox Monday...
Elizabeth said…
Stopping by from She Reads and Reads' post for Mailbox Monday.

Have a great week.

Stop by my blog if you like.

http://silversolara.blogspot.com

Enjoy your books.
Oooh, you're right - what a great cover! Enjoy! :)
The Sweet By and By sounds good and it has such a gorgeous cover! Enjoy!!
Mystica said…
The Lost Daughter sounds good. Very good reading to you.
bermudaonion said…
I've heard The Sweet By and By is fabulous and can't wait to see what you think of it.