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    ✧ find this review others on my blog ✧The beginning of “Lobizona” is nightmarishManuela Azul’s life is laden with eggshells and she walked on tremulously fraying a little every time she had to put on her mirrored sunglasses to hide the unnatural bright yellow engulfing her eyes from the whites to the irises the dread and

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    The horrors Perla left behind when she came to this country darken her glassy gaze and I realize she never got awa

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    This released today August 4th 2020 4 12 stars and I keep waffling back between four and five but please do know I'm absolutely obsessed  Lobizona follows Manu an undocumented immigrant confined to her home both by ICE and by her starry eyes When her life at home falls apart she escapes to the magical world of K

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    Hearing that Lobizona was an Argentinian werewolf story was enough to convince me I’d love this book Sadly it turned out to be a weak contemp

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    Argentinian lore werewolves and witches futbol fighting gender roles identity belonging Other and the plight of the undocumented this was wonderful Concept ★★★★★First 50 pages ★★PlotPacing ★★★★Enjoyment ★★★★★Manu is an undocumented Argentinian immigrant living in secret in Miami with her mother Manu's life is a double edged sword of secrets—on the one hand Manu and her mother

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    “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?”“Exactly” 842020 If you're a fan of Argentinian werewolves elemental witches and alternate dimensions you're in LUCK bc this book just dropped today 🌙⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 35 stars Steep

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    Ten Reasons Why You Should Read Lobizona by Romina Garber by Carolina this blog post completely blew me away and made me so excited for this Blog | Instagram | Youtube | Ko fi | Spotify | Twitch

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    7212020 updateLOBIZONA IS ONLY 2 WEEKS AWAYIf 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 ITIf you'd like your copy PERSONALIZED please place your PREORDER with my amazing local indie bookstore Books Books I will pick out a uote for you make your copy extra special 3 updateA bit of news Lobizona’s pub date has been pushed to

  9. says:

    um excuse me why aren't people screaming about this??also this is set in my home state so huzzah

  10. says:

    This sounds like an important beautiful story and this coverI'm so excited to check this one outThank you Wednesday Books for my ARC I appreciate it so very much

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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 surrog. Doctors, Ambassadors, Secretaries 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 surrog.

review Lobizona Wolves of No World #1

Lobizona Wolves of No World #1

Ate 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 Arg. 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 Exactly 842020 If you re a fan of Argentinian werewolves elemental witches and alternate dimensions you re in LUCK bc this book just dropped today 35 stars Steeped in South American mythology a defiant challenge of sexism and misogyny exploring the struggles faced by undocumented immigrants Lobizona is unlike ANY story I ve ever read before Manuela Azul is an undocumented immigrant All her life she s had to be invisible she never attended school never made friends But when ICE arrests her mother and someone attacks her found grandmother Manu s forced to go on the run what she never expected was to stumble upon a magical academy built on ancient ruins deep in the Everglades At El Laberinto Manu s thrown into a wholly fantastical world Am I the only one who got Luminous by Dawn Metcalf vibes The Septimus are a society of brujaswitches and lobiz nwerewolves who travel to another dimension Lunaris every full moon Here there exists gorgeous magic think edible fizzy flowers a sentient mother tree filled with books and a sport combining soccer and elemental pro bending from Legend of Korra but also extreme danger Just as Manu discovers someplace she might belong with people she s beginning to love she realizes that her existence in Lunaris is deemed as illegal as it was in Miami There s something so compulsively readable about Romina Garber s writing It isn t complex actually kinda purple at times ngl but I still found myself propelled to read on The world building in this novel is uniue and enthralling and I adored the Argentine lore woven into the magical realism Not to mention I got SO HUNGRY reading this book someone take me to Buenos Aires ASAP so I can get my hands on some enchanted mate and milanesasLobizona tackles themes of alienation and belonging with nuance It resonated a lot with me and will with anyone who s ever found themselves straddling two worlds be it culture country race or anything else Manu grapples with the freedom and life or death risks of living honestly if she comes out as the world s only lobizona she won t have to lie any She ll show others that it s possible to defy convention But and this hit me really hard Manu also realizes that she shouldn t have to martyr herself to achieve the life she s always wanted Why settle for being a son of the system when you can mother a movement HOWEVER there were a couple things I found really off putting For one I didn t care for the waxing poetic about their magical eyes rose uartz and sapphire and Mars red just sound SO CHEESY At one point Manu s are literally described as orbiting golden galaxies and I cringed so hard The insta attraction between Manu and Tiago was bleh and I was mostly unsympathetic to their love triangle with Cata because the angst could ve been so easily avoided if Manu just talked to her friends about her thoughtsfeelings instead of being rude and running away For a character who showed so much complexity when coming to terms her identity Manu was frustratingly juvenile at times tooThere was also the fact that this book is heavy heavy heavy on the Chosen One tropeyness Manu s the only one of her kind and she masters literally everything possible WITHOUT HAVING EVER DONE IT BEFORE She s a star Septibol player and finds an elusive rare flower and is Tiago s one true love and also has eNviABLE CuRVES bc ofc She perfectly controls her emotional magic and ultra enhanced senses without even trying That being said the good about this book overshadows the bad I loved that the women in Lobizona challenge the patriarchal and heterosexual structure of Septimus society Saysa in particular is such an inspiring budding activist The characters speak openly about menstruation and the laws that enforce rigid gender roles for brujas and lobiz n They struggle to figure out what s right in a world that uashes any sort of difference to be free or safeUltimately with adventure and lush magic this book carves out a space for the marginal and the complex People of two worlds or none at all As Saysa says Now go forth and shatter every convention Thank you NetGalley and St Martin s Press for this magical ARC in exchange for an honest review O Último Testamento (Maggie Costello, undocumented you re One for My Baby unwritten Embrace that You re saying if no one s told my story before I get to tell it the way I want Exactly 842020 If you re a fan of Argentinian werewolves elemental witches and alternate dimensions you re in LUCK bc this book just dropped today 35 stars Steeped in South American mythology a defiant challenge of sexism and misogyny exploring the struggles faced by Paragon Walk (Charlotte & Thomas Pitt, undocumented immigrants Lobizona is We unlike ANY story I ve ever read before Manuela Azul is an The Moon Platoon (Space Runners, undocumented immigrant All her life she s had to be invisible she never attended school never made friends But when ICE arrests her mother and someone attacks her found grandmother Manu s forced to go on the run what she never expected was to stumble The Echo (The Anomaly Quartet, upon a magical academy built on ancient ruins deep in the Everglades At El Laberinto Manu s thrown into a wholly fantastical world Am I the only one who got Luminous by Dawn Metcalf vibes The Septimus are a society of brujaswitches and lobiz nwerewolves who travel to another dimension Lunaris every full moon Here there exists gorgeous magic think edible fizzy flowers a sentient mother tree filled with books and a sport combining soccer and elemental pro bending from Legend of Korra but also extreme danger Just as Manu discovers someplace she might belong with people she s beginning to love she realizes that her existence in Lunaris is deemed as illegal as it was in Miami There s something so compulsively readable about Romina Garber s writing It isn t complex actually kinda purple at times ngl but I still found myself propelled to read on The world building in this novel is The Asset (Wounded Warrior uniue and enthralling and I adored the Argentine lore woven into the magical realism Not to mention I got SO HUNGRY reading this book someone take me to Buenos Aires ASAP so I can get my hands on some enchanted mate and milanesasLobizona tackles themes of alienation and belonging with nuance It resonated a lot with me and will with anyone who s ever found themselves straddling two worlds be it culture country race or anything else Manu grapples with the freedom and life or death risks of living honestly if she comes out as the world s only lobizona she won t have to lie any She ll show others that it s possible to defy convention But and this hit me really hard Manu also realizes that she shouldn t have to martyr herself to achieve the life she s always wanted Why settle for being a son of the system when you can mother a movement HOWEVER there were a couple things I found really off putting For one I didn t care for the waxing poetic about their magical eyes rose Shadow of Doubt (Newpointe 911, uartz and sapphire and Mars red just sound SO CHEESY At one point Manu s are literally described as orbiting golden galaxies and I cringed so hard The insta attraction between Manu and Tiago was bleh and I was mostly Amazing Discoveries That Unlock the Bible unsympathetic to their love triangle with Cata because the angst could ve been so easily avoided if Manu just talked to her friends about her thoughtsfeelings instead of being rude and running away For a character who showed so much complexity when coming to terms her identity Manu was frustratingly juvenile at times tooThere was also the fact that this book is heavy heavy heavy on the Chosen One tropeyness Manu s the only one of her kind and she masters literally everything possible WITHOUT HAVING EVER DONE IT BEFORE She s a star Septibol player and finds an elusive rare flower and is Tiago s one true love and also has eNviABLE CuRVES bc ofc She perfectly controls her emotional magic and The Ruminator ultra enhanced senses without even trying That being said the good about this book overshadows the bad I loved that the women in Lobizona challenge the patriarchal and heterosexual structure of Septimus society Saysa in particular is such an inspiring budding activist The characters speak openly about menstruation and the laws that enforce rigid gender roles for brujas and lobiz n They struggle to figure out what s right in a world that Infamous uashes any sort of difference to be free or safeUltimately with adventure and lush magic this book carves out a space for the marginal and the complex People of two worlds or none at all As Saysa says Now go forth and shatter every convention Thank you NetGalley and St Martin s Press for this magical ARC in exchange for an honest review

Free download Ø PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Romina Garber

Entine folklore where the seventh consecutive daughter is born a bruja and the seventh consecutive son is a lobizón 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. Ten Reasons Why You Should Read Lobizona by Romina Garber by Carolina this blog post completely blew me away and made me so excited for this Blog Instagram Youtube Ko fi Spotify Twitch