Identity. Readers will marvel at how much ground Patricia Engel covers over the course of two hundred pages in her novel titled, Infinite Country. We find a family with identity rooted in both Columbia and the United States. We observe separations and unifications. We picture the people and places with clarity thanks to Engel’s descriptive prose. We live alongside five family members as we read this novel, and we feel deeply for each of them, and note an increased intensity as a deadline approaches rapidly.
Rating: Four-star (I like it)
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