American Dirt (Orphan's Book Club): A Novel by Jeanine Cummins Free download

American Dirt is one of the most recently published novels of American author Jeanine Cummins. She is a renowned female American author widely known for his fictitious representation of real-life predicaments. She has authored four books until now including A Rip in Heaven, The Outside Boy, The Crooked Branch, and American Dirt

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Cummins' work also carries the theme of an identity crisis, as Lydia Quixano Pérez was robbed of her identity on just a petty issue. This visualizes a fragmented society. The element of class-struggle is also seen in the novel. And how wealth corrupts individuals. 

Most importantly, the novel puts up America as the only refuge for migrants. It also alludes to the construction of The Mexico-United States barrier wall, sponsored by Trump administration to reduce the numbers of illegal Mexican immigrants entering the United States. The plight of Mexican immigrants finds the central place in the thematic structure of the novel. 

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The protagonist of the novel is a Mexican bookseller Lydia Quixano Pérez who belongs to a middle-class family. She lives in Acapulco with her son Luca. Her husband works as a journalist. The proliferation of drug mafias in the city began to affect her life and business. 

One day Javier the leader of the drug cartel that has overcome the city visits her shop and that visit gave birth to his never-ending enmity toward her. She was left with no option but to leave the town and migrate to the United States. 

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The novel is mainly a representation of the problems facing third-world countries. It tells us a great deal about the internal rifts of the developing countries, as shown through the influence of drug cartels in Acapulco. The root of this problem is traced to poverty and injustice. An insightful read for those who love to understand current sociological and political dynamics in a fictitious style.

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