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Solito by Javier Zamora
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Sep 06, 2022 | ISBN 9780593498064

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Solito is a stone-cold masterpiece, an absolute masterpiece. I know I used that word twice. That’s how you know I mean it.”—Emma Straub, author of the #1 bestseller This Time Tomorrow

“A riveting tale of perseverance and the lengths humans will go to help each other in times of struggle. With this book, Javier Zamora arrives to the forefront of essential American voices.”—Dave Eggers, author of The Circle

“What Javier Zamora has accomplished in Solito feels miraculous. This is a pitch-perfect recapturing of the voice, consciousness, and emotions of his nine-year-old self sent on what at times feels like a child hero’s fantastic adventure into the brutal adult world.”—Francisco Goldman, author of Monkey Boy

“An instant classic, not only of the United States of America, but of all the Americas . . . Javier Zamora has elevated the ‘child migrant story’ to new literary heights.”—Jose Antonio Vargas, author of Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen

“A harrowing but beautiful book that perfectly distills this moment in time; if there’s any justice, it will someday be considered a classic.”—Rumaan Alam, author of Leave the World Behind

“In luminous prose, in harrowing and fierce detail, with tenderness and searing honesty Zamora writes, for the first time, a Salvadoran account of what it takes to reach the border, cross it on foot, and survive. I cannot recommend this book enough, nor overstate its accomplishment.”—Carolyn Forche, author of What You Have Heard Is True

Solito is a revelation.”—Daniel Alarcón, author of The King Is Always Above the People

“[A] beautifully wrought work that renders the migrant experience into a vivid, immediately accessible portrayal.”Kirkus Review (starred review)

“A stirring portrait of the power of human connection . . . an immensely moving story.”Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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