Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco – Mexico is an exquisitely diverse country with all the beautiful immersions of culture and art. One of the many forms of art that are created in Mexico is a wide array of fascinating literature.
Mexican authors have a knack for writing in beautiful form. Plus, the fact that these books are generally written in Spanish first, and then translated to English, makes for a wonderful reading experience that any book lover is sure to enjoy!
Check out this short list of books by Mexican authors that we believe every Mexico lover should read at least once:
Like Water for Chocolate – Laura Esquivel
Laura Esquivel’s tale of romance, magic, wit, and even recipes will have you in tears and in laughter while you journey through a story of tragedy, bad luck, and undeniable love.
The Labyrinth of Solitude – Octavio Paz
Long acknowledged as one of Mexico’s most admired cutting-edge writers and critics, Octavio Paz has created one of the most compelling works ever written on Mexico, its people, character, and culture.
Gods of Jade and Shadow – Silvia Moreno-Garcia
In a unique, somewhat dark, fairy tale inspired by Mexican folklore, you follow the story of Casiopea Tun while she undergoes a life-changing journey in the strangely alluring Mayan God of Death.
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