By Joy McCullough-Carranza
"The village is small but memories are long."
When Pablo left his tiny Guatemalan village of Chinautla to move to the United States, he was only twelve years old. Now twenty-nine, he and his wife will return to Chinautla as
part of the publicity for his new novel. In Chinautla, the people he left behind prepare for his return. His childhood love Ana has never stopped waiting for him. How will his
success in his adopted land be received by the community of birth? When guilt taints your ability to reconnect with the people and places that made you, a homecoming is anything but simple.
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