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Viva Mexico!
Viva Mexico! | Charles Macomb Flandrau
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That-Bookish-Hiker
Viva Mexico! | Charles Macomb Flandrau
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Let‘s go Mexico! ⚽️⚽️⚽️

Trashcanman Eres Mexicana? De cual estado? 2y
That-Bookish-Hiker @Trashcanman sorry I only understand a little bit of Spanish (some reading and hearing) but yes I am Mexican or I guess Hispanic. My dad is from there, Michoacán. 2y
Trashcanman Oh that's awesome! That game was exciting but the end made me nervous. I'm from Chihuahua, I was born in Delicias. And you are Mexican! 💛 2y
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kendrastephaniekaryn
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Hi Litsy! Remember me? I haven't read a book in over a month (February is SO BUSY in the teaching world), but I'm heading off to Mexico with two coworkers for spring break in 3 weeks! I'm looking for recommendations for vacation-y books to load on my Kobo before I leave! I don't like romance and I'm VERY picky when it comes to YA. I'm hoping to find a series or some really great thrillers! #litsyrecommends

BarbaraBB I just finished the tagged one. Definitely a good thriller! 2y
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KirstieE A cute and quick YA 2y
KirstieE Also my current read which I can't put down ! 2y
Bianca A good thriller! 2y
JacqMac Stillhouse Lake and Killman Creek. 2y
prowlix If you like SSF series The Broken Earth trilogy is great. 2y
prowlix And for creepy thriller 2y
SassyBookworm I really enjoyed the thriller Need to Know. Great Russian sleeper agent book. Parts (kind of) reminded me of the movie Salt. 2y
MaleficentBookDragon I second the vote for You and the next one 2y
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umbrellagirl
Viva Mexico! | Charles Macomb Flandrau
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So excited for my trip to Mexico in February! Just booked the flight. Usually I‘m a culture vulture and busy whilst I‘m away. This time I‘m looking forward to some beach time with the girls and it‘s a bit of a big birthday coming up. #thisis40

Bookcation74 Yay! I just booked a Mexico trip in February too! Can‘t wait! 2y
umbrellagirl @Bookcation74 I‘m looking forward to some good beach reading time too 2y
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H.Louise
Viva Mexico! | Charles Macomb Flandrau
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I couldn't control myself. As soon as I put this book down, I went on Biblio and purchased 3 more of his books.

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H.Louise
Viva Mexico! | Charles Macomb Flandrau
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I'm with Bookdodger. This book is hilarious! If, you can find a copy, read it! It deserves more attention. His prose is superb and his wit leaves the reader engaged to the end of the journey.

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Bookdodger
Viva Mexico! | Charles Macomb Flandrau
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Why, oh why was I not born at such a time that I could have met this man?? His descriptions leave me in hysterics! You really must find a copy of this wonderful book! He loved Mexico and its people.

H.Louise I just got to that part! 3y
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Bookdodger
Viva Mexico! | Charles Macomb Flandrau
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This is an oldie but goodie. Written in 1908 it still rings true today. Some parts -such as this- are utterly sublime. This passage is written about the advantages of living a solitary life.

H.Louise I'm loving it so far! 3y
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