KIRKUS review GüERO

Kirkus?has released their review of?They Call Me Güero: A Border Kid’s Poems online. Here’s a sample of what they say: “In this slim verse novel, Bowles splendidly translates border life via loosely connected vignettes in an eclectic mix of poetic forms. Güero’s voice brims with humor, wit, and bits of…

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Review in CLJ

A review of the?The Smoking Mirror?has?appeared in?Christian Library Journal?Volume XX, No.?2. Their verdict? “With a large caste [sic] of gods and monsters, the book has invited comparison to Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson series and will likely appeal to a similar audience.”  

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La Bloga Reviews GT2

Author and padrino of Latino spec-fic Ernest Hogan has reviewed A Kingdom Beneath the Waves (Garza Twins #2) for La Bloga. “A Kingdom Beneath the Waves is one of the most imaginative fantasies I’ve read in years,” Hogan declares. “Latinos of all varieties will find things to identify with, and…

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