The Tortilla Curtain

By T.C. Boyle

I read “The Tortilla Curtain.” The name threw me off, but it turned out to be a great book giving an inside view into immigration. It also showed that no matter how we view each other in life, we may end up needing each other in ways we never would have thought or even wanted at times. I passed the book on, so I hope it helped others in their views on immigration.

Reviewed by Emilio
Located in Boise, ID
The Tortilla Curtain

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