From a Pulitzer Prize finalist, “the one such a lot compelling, lucid, and lyrical recent account of the absurdity of U.S. border coverage” (The Atlantic).

In Might 2001, a gaggle of guys tried to move the Mexican border into the barren region of southern Arizona, during the deadliest area of the continent, the “Satan’s Freeway.” 3 years later, Luis Alberto Urrea wrote approximately what took place to them. The outcome was once a countrywide bestseller, a Pulitzer Prize finalist, a “e book of the 12 months” in a couple of newspapers, and a piece proclaimed as a brand new American vintage.