It Would Be Night in Caracas by Karina Sainz Borgo
It Would Be Night in Caracas depicts a despairing, tumultuous Venezuela where the only hope is in escape.
Grieving the recent loss of her mother, her only real family, Adelaida struggles to survive in a nightmarish city torn apart by rioting and upheaval. After being violently evicted from her apartment, Adelaida finds herself and those around her performing acts that would have previously been unthinkable in order to survive.
Release Date October 15, 2019
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