[PDF/ePUB] Solito: A Memoir – Javier Zamora

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Javier Zamora’s adventure is a three-thousand-mile journey from his small town in El Salvador, through Guatemala and Mexico, and across the U.S. border. He will leave behind his beloved aunt and grandparents to reunite with a mother who left four years ago and a father he barely remembers. Traveling alone amid a group of strangers and a “coyote” hired to lead them to safety, Javier expects his trip to last two short weeks. At nine years old, all Javier can imagine is rushing into his parents’ arms, snuggling in bed between them, and living under the same roof again. He cannot foresee the perilous boat trips, relentless desert treks, pointed guns, arrests and deceptions that await him; nor can he know that those two weeks will expand into two life-altering months alongside fellow migrants who will come to encircle him like an unexpected family. A memoir as gripping as it is moving, Solito provides an immediate and intimate account not only of a treacherous and near-impossible journey, but also of the miraculous kindness and love delivered at the most unexpected moments. Solito is Javier Zamora’s story, but it’s also the story of millions of others who had no choice but to leave home.

Details of e-book Solito: A Memoir

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  • Title: Solito: A Memoir
  • Rating: 4.6 out of 5 base on 166 reviews
  • Publisher: Hogarth (September 6, 2022)
  • ISBN-10: B09N6T2S44
  • ISBN-13: 978B09N6T2S49
  • Language: English
  • Print length: 385 pages
  • Categories: Politics & Social Sciences

Readers' Opinions
Melody Blake
I really liked the style of the book. It's easy and fun to read. The best part is, it's filled with actionable tips and examples that show you how to do the job for yourself.
Virginia Savage
Books like this are usually full of theory and jargon; this is different. It has some of that, but it's minimal and has some detailed information that comes mostly from the writer's own experience. Some chapters have been fundamental, especially when it comes to content, but towards the end.
Daphne Garner
It's easy to read, really rewarding and best of all it provides plenty of examples to figure it out.

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