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AUTHOR: Luis Alberto Urrea
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NATIONAL BESTSELLER from a Pulitzer Prize finalist comes a powerful and unforgettable portrait of one Mexican American family and the American dream. The story of the de La Cruzes is the quintessential American story. This indelible portrait of a complex family reminds us of what it means to be the first generation and to live two lives across one border. Teeming with brilliance and humor, authentic at every turn, The House of Broken Angels is Luis Alberto Urrea at his best, and cements his reputation as a storyteller of the first rank.

Characters: 56. Amazon rating: 4 1/2 stars. Genre: Fiction.



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