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God's Middle Finger: Into the Lawless Heart of the Sierra Madre

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  • Anonymous

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  • Posted September 24, 2010

    Greatly Recommended - extremely insightful

    In GODS MIDDLE FINGER Richard Grant takes a trip threw the Sierra Madre mountains in Mexico. This area of Mexico is where most of the drug cartels reside. Threw out the book a reoccurring theme is the shear amount of danger because of the gross macho culture and lack of authority. Not until I read this book did I realize how little understanding I have of Mexico's culture. Grant let me see into the minds of Mexicans, he let me see that they live in a fairyland where the whole truth is worthless and storytelling prevails as fact. I found that at a few, and very few, junctions I became board because Grant went into too many specifics; again this was very marginal. Every American should read this book because it will give and unbelievable amount of insight into a country so close too our own. If you enjoyed this book I think you would also enjoy "The Glass Castle" because both books are truth and both books give insight into very different ways of living ones life. I highly recommend "God's Middle Finger."

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