Pancho Land #2020

Pancho Land By Raul Ramos y Sanchez Pancho Land Latino insurgents are waging a bitter civil war Sarah Evans was once their hostage in Los Angeles a rebel stronghold in a war torn Southern California Now Sarah has returned to LA Not for vengeance
  • Title: Pancho Land
  • Author: Raul Ramos y Sanchez
  • ISBN: 9780985403409
  • Page: 271
  • Format: ebook
  • Pancho Land By Raul Ramos y Sanchez Latino insurgents are waging a bitter civil war Sarah Evans was once their hostage in Los Angeles, a rebel stronghold in a war torn Southern California Now, Sarah has returned to LA Not for vengeance, but for love Before long, Sarah is embroiled in a plot to destroy a Midwestern city with a suitcase nuclear weapon, threatening to land Sarah on death row Meanwhile, theLatino insurgents are waging a bitter civil war Sarah Evans was once their hostage in Los Angeles, a rebel stronghold in a war torn Southern California Now, Sarah has returned to LA Not for vengeance, but for love Before long, Sarah is embroiled in a plot to destroy a Midwestern city with a suitcase nuclear weapon, threatening to land Sarah on death row Meanwhile, the U.S ethnic conflict escalates, bringing the entire world to the brink of war.
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    About "Raul Ramos y Sanchez"

    1. Raul Ramos y Sanchez

      THE SKINNY YEARS is my fourth novel Called gritty and witty by Foreword Reviews, it s a coming of age story set in Miami during the stormy 1960s The novel follows the quirky travails of young Victor Skinny Delgado and his Cuban exile family over their first ten years in the United States Some readers have asked if the novel is autobiographical The short answer is no But my childhood memories of growing up in Miami are the inspiration for the story In reality, my first experiences in the U.S began in New York City January is the first English word I ever learned I read it on the calendar thumbtacked to the wall of our apartment in the Bronx Han noo a ree, I pronounced it That was in the winter of 1957 My mother had just divorced my father and moved us from Havana to New York City My father was busy trying to overthrow Batista and my mother thought her prospects for raising a seven year old son looked much better sewing sequins on evening gowns in the midtown garment district than in a Cuban prison Thanks, mam You made the right call.Since mastering that first English word, the power and joy of words have become my life I not only love words, I ve made a living from them First, composing them into pages as a graphic designer, and later arranging them into sentences as an advertising writer After twenty four years of creating the fiction commonly known as advertising, I decided to start telling my own stories.

    808 thoughts on “Pancho Land”

    1. Latino insurgents are waging a bitter civil war Sarah Evans was once their hostage in Los Angeles, a rebel stronghold in a war torn Southern California Now, Sarah has returned to LA Not for vengeance, but for love Before long, Sarah is embroiled in a plot to destroy a Midwestern city with a suitcase nuclear weapon, threatening to land Sarah on death row Meanwhile, the U.S ethnic conflict escalates, bringing the entire world to the brink of war Raul Ramos y Sanchez is a truly eloquent writer Panc [...]


    2. Raul Ramos y Sanchez turns the world on its head in Pancho Land, the powerhouse conclusion of his epic Class H Trilogy In this final installment, we are witnesses through the eyes of a journalist looking back from the future to a savage Latino Anglo civil war that has engulfed America Through the hindsight of history, we learn that there is little difference in the two sides And that is precisely the point Certainly there are heroes and villains in the novel But the book s true value, both as a [...]


    3. As others have pointed out, one of the strengths of Pancho Land is how smoothly it entwines its deeply emotional stories with a shocking cataclysm, one that starts in Class H internment camps and spreads to the entire world It s not always easy to show, without pontificating, how the story we re reading illustrates larger social and political trends One of Ramos y Sanchez s inventions and I think it s a bit of genius is to quote from a book published in 2067, Witness To History, written by one t [...]


    4. SUPERB Is all I can say Mr Sanchez s vivid imagination led me to imagine myself in the book I felt every emotion the character s went through After America Libre , I was afraid that,House divided and Pancho Land would fall short but to my amazement Mr Sanchez keep my on my toes from beginning to the end I grew to love the characters, that when Ramon s character died, I couldn t help but feel sadness,my heart broke and my eyes started to water and I started to uncontrollably blink my eyes from ke [...]


    5. We were sent an advance copy of Pancho Land by the author Raul My partner had purchased the first book, America Libre I was hooked with the characters Josefina and Manolo along with Ramon and Rosa In Pancho Land, I related to first time mother Sarah Evans, who wins me over by how she puts her life on the line for her child and family Her struggles to keep the family together is something we all do on a daily basis when we face adversity Having read two out of the three books, I do recommend read [...]


    6. This is the final book of the Class H series, and I read it shortly after finishing MOCKINGJAY, the last book of the HUNGER GAMES series I was struck by the similarities Both are well written adventure novels, both are about rebellions, and both end with a sober acknowledgement that there s no such thing as winning I applaud Raul Ramos y Sanchez for having written a truly sensitive cliff hanger.


    7. Outstanding In this third installment to his Class H series which includes, America Libre and House Divided, Raul Ramos y Sanchez manages to revisit, yet continue to tell the story of rebellion, love, family and friendship in the face of adversity with a fluidity that doesn t skip a beat Kudos


    8. An epic story that spans the globe The characters go through different arcs in the book, combined with the writer s style, make for an excellent read In the process, the author manages to educate the reader at the same time I found it to be timely, thoughtful and thrilling.


    9. This book is wonderful it is a story that will have you wondering what will happen next I really like the ending the final words spoken in this story are so very true.


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