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The Deportation of Wopper Barraza characters Ø 7 Ê “A brilliant and innovative take on an issue close to the hearts and minds of families who have one foot planted firmly on both sides of the border It is a deportation story in reverse a bold re envisioning with unexpected conseuences mystery and insight”—Tim Z Hernandez authoTion “But I haven’t been there since I was a little kid” says Wopper whose parents brought him to California when he was three years old Now he has to move back to Michoacán When he learns that his longtime girlfriend is pregnant the future looks even uncertain Wopper's story unfolds as life in a rural village takes him in new and unexpected directions This immigrant saga in reverse is a sto. A uniue look at the effects of a single deportation Montoya provides an in depth examination of everyone involved and gives voice to this important issue

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Ry of young people who must live with the reality of their parents’ dream We know this story from the headlines but up to now it has been unexplored literary territory ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS Maceo Montoya is an assistant professor in the Chicanao studies department at UC Davis and an affiliated faculty member of Taller Arte del Nuevo Amanecer TANA a community based art center in Woodland Californ. The characters come alive and the problems they face seem real Clever perspective switching throughout the book The ending was just a little on the anti climatic side but still made sense

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The Deportation of Wopper Barraza“A brilliant and innovative take on an issue close to the hearts and minds of families who have one foot planted firmly on both sides of the border It is a deportation story in reverse a bold re envisioning with unexpected conseuences mystery and insight” Tim Z Hernandez author of Mañana Means Heaven After Wopper Barraza’s fourth drunk driving violation the judge orders his immediate deporta. I read this book for English class sopho year It wasn't anything I ever would have chosen to read on my own but I thought it was an enticing and enjoyable read especially as an assignment My go to is cute romance and feel good fun books This definitely is complex and action packed than I'm used to but the plot kept me interested I also really enjoyed the constant POV switches they added a lot to the story A good read if you're looking for something a little deeper and filled with plot twists