The Border

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Ace Books, 1999 - Fiction - 307 pages
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When Rosa's papa and sister crossed the border from Mexico to America, Rosa had been cared for -- by a guardian spirit named Luz. Now she must cross the border on her own. And when she is hurt, Luz will cross into Rosa's body, and touch -- and change forever -- her new family in America.

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User Review  - phoebesmum - LibraryThing

A Latino-based fantasy that lost points with me by having an ex-IRA man as a sympathetic character. It brought home the difference between middle-class American/European expectations and third world ones, but was mostly muddled in its fantasy aspects, and without a particularly exciting plot. Read full review

The Border

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YA-A story of a family divided by political, geographical, and racial barriers. In part one, Rosa and her family flee their home in Mexico, hoping to escape from the thugs who have pursued her father ... Read full review


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