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Valeria Luiselli was born in Mexico City in 1983. She is the author of the novels Faces in the Crowd and The Story of My Teeth, and of a collection of essays called Sidewalks. Her work has been published in magazines and newspapers such as Letras Libres, the New York Times, the New Yorker, Freeman's, El Pais and Harper's and she is published in fifteen languages. She is currently professor of Romance Language and Literature at Hofstra University and lives in New York City.

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`An essay about humanity with its back up against the border wall, and is so true and moving that it filled me with hopeless hope' Ali Smith

`The first must-read book of the Trump era' Texas Observer

`Harrowing, intimate, quietly brilliant' New York Times

`In this compelling, devastating book, Luiselli documents the huge injustices done to the children by both the American and Mexican governments, and by the public who treat them as "illegal aliens", rather than as what they truly are: refugees of war' Observer

`Angry and affecting. A slight book with a big impact' Financial Times

`There are many books addressing the plight of refugees. Tell Me How It Ends - lucid, plain-speaking and authoritative - is one of the most powerful' Big Issue

`The kind of reading experience that rips your heart out. This is required reading' Vol. 1 Brooklyn

`A remarkable little work that says more than books ten times its size' GQ

`With anger and lucidity, Luiselli depicts the nightmares these children are forced to flee in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, as well as the destructive ignorance and bigotry that awaits them in America' Chicago Tribune

`Combines the skills of a journalist with a novelist's empathy' Times Literary Supplement

`Luiselli takes us inside the grand dream of migration, offering the valuable reminder that exceedingly few immigrants abandon their past and brave death to come to America for dark or nasty reasons. They come as an expression of hope' NPR

`Be prepared to cry. Read it, read it, read it and then share it' Texas Book Festival

`The very least we can all do is hear these stories. Read this book' Proximity Magazine

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