Barrio Blues: A Novel from the Early Years
Begining before her first year of age at chapter zero, the story of a Latina Lesbian growing up in el barrio de San Francisco Mission. A look at her family life, sisters, brothers, parents. La escuela, La Iglaise. Each chapter in this marvelous work is a year of Libertads life. Her ambitions. Her life struggle. Her personal growth. The women she takes to bed, and her subsequent adventures. HOT! HOT! Another Masterwork from the pen of Poet/Artist Author Red Jordan Arobateau, Barrio Blues is completely spiced up with some Spanish words, and phrases. A true reading experience!
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