Tag Archives: Cinco Puntos Press

Maybe God Wrote “Change”: Review of Last Night I Sang to the Monster by Benjamin Alire Saenz

So I have another wonderful book to share with you all. I am probably the last one to read Last Night I Sang to the Monster by Benjamin Alire Saenz–another Cinco Puntos Press book–but it was one of the most powerful books … Continue reading

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Growth through Strife: Review of This Thing Called the Future by J.L. Powers

The second of three books from Cinco Puntos Press that I want to feature,  This Thing Called the Future by J.L. Powers, due out next month, is a heartbreakingly honest and ultimately uplifting story of one girl coming into her own through the … Continue reading

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An Immigrant’s story: Review of Mali Under the Night Sky by Youme Landowne

So I’ve just discovered a new favorite Independent Press: Cinco Puntos Press. They generously sent me a few books that they thought might be of interest to folks reading this blog, and I plan to feature them over the next … Continue reading

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