Prizefighter en Mi Casa review by PBarc
Prizefighter en Mi Casa
by e.E. Charlton-Trujillo
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 12
Reviewer's Location - Norwalk, CA, United States
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Chula and her family is poor. Then el Jefe comes and everything changes. El Jefe is there to win money for Chula and her family. Richie is Chula's brother. Hes a big trouble maker and he goes with the wrong group. Later in the story things get worse and el Jefe leaves for good after a terrible fighting match that leds to the death of Golden Gloves. Chula and everyone changes after the fighting match. This book is a must read.

Opinion: 

In "Prizefighter En Mi Casa" by e.E. Charlton- Trujillo, the story really brings a person to turn the pages. The characters use slang. Its almost seems like the characters are talking to you. You can never get bored. I really like Chula. She is so real. I mean I can almost hear he talk to me while reading the book. Man the ending was great. El Jefe leaves and Chula changes a lot. It almost seems like she's a different person. I really recommend everyone to read this book. It really gets you thinking.

 

Rating:
5
Content Rating:

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