✰ El Niño Epub ✶ Author Nadia Bozak – Pcusati.info

✰ El Niño Epub ✶ Author Nadia Bozak – Pcusati.info Inspired By J M Coetzee S Disgrace, El Ni O Tracks The Survival Of One Woman And A Young, Undocumented Migrant As They Journey Through The No Man S Land Of A Remote Southwestern DesertHoney Hasn T Seen Her Mother, Marianne, In Than Two Years She Drives Deep Into The Once Prosperous Border Region Of The Oro Desert For A Surprise Visit, Only To Discover That Marianne Has VanishedAlone In An Unforgiving Environment Populated With Hostile Locals, She Meets Ch Vez, A Young Coyote Or Human Trafficker, Who Convinces Honey He Knows Her Mother S Whereabouts And Agrees To Take Her There For A Price As They Make Their Way Through The Oro S Brutal No Man S Land They Are Tracked By Ocho, A Teenage Bounty Hunter Determined To Recruit Ch Vez And Then There Is Baez, Marianne S Wizened Shepherd Coyote Mix, Whose Death And Life Intimately Intersect With Honey And Ch Vez S Search For Marianne And Who Tells The Story Of The Oro Desert As It Slowly Comes ApartTold In Three Distinct Voices, El Ni O Is An Intricately Constructed And Starkly Written Novel From A Bold And Inventive New Writer

10 thoughts on “El Niño

  1. Greg Golz Greg Golz says:

    The author uses this novel to give a voice to those without a voice I appreciated the challenge of connecting the characters that were presented through different lenses with those voices.

  2. rabble.ca rabble.ca says:

    by Christina TurnerNadia Bozak s El Ni o begins how it ends with portents of death under a blazing desert sun.We first meet Baez, the coyote dog hybrid creature who, in smelling her own demise, ties together the parallel timelines of Bozak s novel one in the present day and the second two years before, each playing out aga

  3. Summer Summer says:

    4.5 Stars Once my mind adjusted to the time shifts and the three distinct voices telling the story, El Nino completely drew me in.Honey s a professor and doctor s wife, survival skills aren t a must in her world until she heads out to the desert to check on her mom and discovers her mom is missing Honey s mission to find her mom goe

  4. Laurie Cybulski Laurie Cybulski says:

    I read a review of El Nino somewhere and I picked it up from the library My overall thoughts are that it is as dry as the setting There was something about the style of prose that I just didn t connect with The characters are all named differently in the different points of view It took me a bit, embarrassingly, to connect the dots between ch

  5. Edith Rennes Edith Rennes says:

    I received this book as the result of a Goodreads contest.It is my pleasure to recommend it.This is a story of how four lives intersect under harsh and sometimes unforgiving circumstances, and is told from those four different viewpoints It is brilliantly written with a solid understanding of the subject matter and the psyches involved.Bravo Nadia Boza

  6. Heather Babcock Heather Babcock says:

    Cleverly written, packed with symbolism, and very thoughtful Extremely English lit y, and definitely achallenging read You most definitely need to pay attention to put the story and chronology together, but it s worth it Not so much a beach read, but instead rather contemplative I d especially recommend this to anyone who thinks a wall with Mexico is a good idea

  7. Amye Amye says:

    I received a free copy of El Ni o via First Reads Rating 3.5Deftly written and uniquely executed Bozak weaves the narratives of three characters one s a dog, and oh boy, it works out of chronological sequence to illustrate a vivid picture of the Oro and coyote trafficking Never felt heavy handed but is filled with acknowledgements of race and class and gender and privileg

  8. Sherry Sherry says:

    I received El Nino as a giveaway for good reads I got a third of the way through the book however I could never get a grasp on the story because of all the time shifts and different character perspectives I felt like a well written book but I just could not get into the story.

  9. H H says:

    This took me a very long time to read and I didn t enjoy reading the dog s point of view, but I did learn a lot about a situation that I previously knew very little about.

  10. Clinton Clinton says:

    Very well written Privilege, poverty, race, cruelty, mercy and greed from three perspectives Read it.

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