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'Epic . . . Rambunctious . . . Highly entertaining . . . Sorrowful and funny . . . Cheerfully profane . . .

The quips and jokes come fast through a poignant novel that is very much about time itself . . . A powerful

rendering of a Mexican-American family that is also an American family.'―Viet Thanh Nguyen, New

York Times Book Review (cover review)'A raucous, moving, and necessary book...Intimate and

touching...The stuff of legend...There's deep heart and tenderness in this novel.The House of Broken Angels

is, at its most political, a border story...Chillingly accurate, they're heartbreaking, and infuriating.'―Alexis

Burling, San Francisco Chronicle'An immensely charming and moving tale...Urrea deftly inhabits many

points of view, dreaming up an internal voice for each...It is a testament to his swift and lucid

characterizations that one does not want to leave this party...A novel like The House of Broken Angels is a

radical act. It is a big, epic story about how hard it is to love with all of your heart, and all of your family--

regardless of which side of the border they live on.'―John Freeman, Boston Globe'The House of Broken

Angels is a big, sprawling, messy, sexy, raucous house party of a book, a pan-generational family saga

with an enormous, bounding heart, a poetic delivery, and plenty of swagger...More than once while reading

the novel, I thought of James Joyce's 'The Dead,' another kaleidoscopic fable of family life that skillfully

mixes perspectives...The House of Broken Angels is a book about celebration that is, itself, a celebration.'―

Michael Lindgren, Washington Post'Urrea's gifts as a storyteller are prodigious...The book's spirit is

irrepressibly high. Even in its saddest moments, The House of Broken Angels hums with joy...The novel

overflows with the pleasure of family...And all that vulnerability, combined with humor and celebration and

Urrea's vivid prose, will crack you open.'―Lily Meyer, NPR'The House of Broken Angels is a big, messy,

warmhearted epic, over-flowing with color and character...With bird's eye agility, Urrea moves between

borders and generations...His narrative is imbued with the timeless texture of every immigrant's hope's and

dreams...Generous to the last breath.'―Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly'A whirling fiesta of a

book...Filled with intelligence and wickedly funny cultural commentary, the story builds to an electrifying

finale.'―Marion Winik, People'Humane and often laugh-out-loud hilarious.'―O, The Oprah Magazine

'A sprawling yet intimate tale...rich in detail and images...It's the sort of book you might read, as I did, in

one long, breathless push.'―Moira Macdonald, Seattle Times'Generous and big-hearted...The House of

Broken Angels soars on wings of memory and imagination into the 'imperfect and glorious, messy and

hilarious' tragedy and comedy of family history.'―Diana Postlethwaite, Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Read more A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for his landmark work of nonficiton The Devil's Highway,

Luis Alberto Urrea is also the bestselling author of the novels The Hummingbird's Daughter, Into the

Beautiful North, and Queen of America, as well as the story collection The Water Museum, a PEN/Faulkner

Award finalist. He has won the Lannan Literary Award, an Edgar Award, and a 2017 American Academy of

Arts and Letters Award in Literature, among many other honors. Born in Tijuana to a Mexican father and


American mother, he lives outside of Chicago and teaches at the University of Illinois-Chicago. Read more

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