Across A Hundred Mountains

Across A Hundred Mountains

A Novel

Book - 2007
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"After a tragedy separates her from her mother, Juana Garcia leaves her small town in Mexico to find her father, who left his family two years earlier to find work in America and rise above the oppressive poverty of his country. Out of money and in need of someone to help her across the border, Juana meets Adelina Vasquez, a young woman who left her family in California to follow her lover to Mexico. Finding themselves--in a Tijuana jail--in desperate circumstances, they offer each othe rmuch needed material and spiritual support and ultimately become linked forever in the most unexpected of ways." -- Cover, p. [4].
Publisher: New York, NY : Washington Square Press, 2007.
Edition: 1st Washington Square Press trade pbk ed.
ISBN: 9780743269582
Branch Call Number: Fic Gran
Characteristics: 266 p. ; 21 cm.


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Jun 09, 2015

Along with the book Enrique's Journey, this memoir is extremely helpful in understanding the pain and struggle of the many separated immigrant families across our U.S. Mexican border. I love Grande's writing, and admire her accomplishments.


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