DrownBook - 1996
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“I never wanted to be away from the family. Intuitively, I knew how easily distances could harden and become permanent.”
― Junot Díaz, Drown
"It was a lucid enjoyable night that would stick out in his memory like a spike. He swaggered home around one o' clock, bearing a plastic bag loaded with food and a loaf of telera under his arm."
Sometimes you just have to try, even if you know it won’t work.
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We The Animals by Justin Torres is a very engaging novel with complex but nonetheless intriguing language. Torres’ writing style works perfectly with the complicated plot. Throughout the novel, his clever use of rhetoric devices functions to make the story flow and appeal to the reader. It is about 3 brothers who grow up in a bad family dynamic and have to overcome all the struggles. Each brother is different in their own special way and they each have to find a way to survive their upbringing in the best way they know how.
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