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Border Crossings by Michael Weems
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Nov 17, 2011

really liked it
Read from October 25 to November 17, 2011

I go to Mexico a lot and the main rule in Mexico is support their economy and mind your own business as you are in a different country. Everyone is very friendly and love Americans. This book portrays the majority of Mexico and its people in a false light. Typical of anyone who's never been. There are of course bad people ... but every country in the world has its good and bad. Anyway, I enjoyed the story line even though my Kindle edition has a lot of grammatical errors. Julio is my favorite character, the boy who's frightened for his life against the cartel he witness dispose of the body of the American woman, Kelly Woodall.

For Michael, I think he had a good story going on as I can't seem to put it down when I should (like going to sleep on time), but if I treat the piece as fiction than a true reality, I find myself enjoying it more.

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