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Lobizona Some People ARE IllegalLobizonas Do NOT ExistBoth Of These Statements Are FalseManuela Azul Has Been Crammed Into An Existence That Feels Too Small For Her As An Undocumented Immigrant Who S On The Run From Her Father S Argentine Crime Family, Manu Is Confined To A Small Apartment And A Small Life In Miami, FloridaUntil Manu S Protective Bubble Is ShatteredHer Surrogate Grandmother Is Attacked, Lifelong Lies Are Exposed, And Her Mother Is Arrested By ICE Without A Home, Without Answers, And Finally Without Shackles, Manu Investigates The Only Clue She Has About Her Past A Mysterious Z Emblem Which Leads Her To A Secret World Buried Within Our Own A World Connected To Her Dead Father And His Criminal Past A World Straight Out Of Argentine Folklore, Where The Seventh Consecutive Daughter Is Born A Bruja And The Seventh Consecutive Son Is A Lobiz N, A Werewolf A World Where Her Unusual Eyes Allow Her To BelongAs Manu Uncovers Her Own Story And Traces Her Real Heritage All The Way Back To A Cursed City In Argentina, She Learns It S Not Just Her US Residency That S Illegal It S Her Entire Existence


About the Author: Romina Garber

Romina Garber is a NYT International Bestselling YA author who also writes under pen name Romina Russell Born in Buenos Aires and raised in Miami, Romina currently resides in Los Angeles but would much rather be at Hogwarts As a teen, Romina landed her first writing gig College She Wrote, a weekly Sunday column for the Miami Herald that was later picked up for national syndication and she hasn t stopped writing since She is a graduate of Harvard College and a Virgo to the core Forinformation about her books, follow her on Twitter Instagram rominagarber.



10 thoughts on “Lobizona

  1. says:

    You might think I ve only read this book because the cover is pretty but yes you are absolutely correct.Full review to come.


  2. says:

    The horrors Perla left behind when she came to this country darken her glassy gaze, and I realize she never got away No matter how many borders we cross, we can t seem to outrun the fe


  3. says:

    If you re undocumented, you re unwritten Embrace that You re saying if no one s told my story before I get to tell it the way I want Exactly3.5 stars Steeped in South American mythology, a defi


  4. says:

    um excuse me why aren tpeople screaming about this also this is set in my home state so huzzah


  5. says:

    Thank you to NetGalley and St Martin Press for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review.DNF 30%.My one sentence review of this book would be Lobizona is a four star contemporary novel and a one


  6. says:

    7 21 2020 update LOBIZONA IS ONLY 2 WEEKS AWAY If you have yet to see the sheer gorgeousness that is the hardcover, I recommend visiting my Twitter or IG pages to check it out Wednesday Books absolutely SLAYED IT.If you


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  8. says:

    I went into this expecting very little but hoping for a whole lot That cover That synopsis I couldn t help but be intrigued by it all And while I think this was a very well written story that deeply delves into life of an undocumented imm


  9. says:

    4.5 stars Lobizona is so damn satisfying I read the last half of the book in a frenzy, taking turns between white knuckling the book in my hand to having to set it down to squeal about it It is both dramatic and poignant, seamlessly blending heavy


  10. says:

    Trigger Warnings menstruation, ICE arrest, discussions about immigration and fear of deportation, homophobia called out by the characters Lobizona is about Manuela Azul, an undocumented Argentinian immigrant living in Miami, whose discovery of a magical wo


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