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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. In addition to writing both English and Spanish versions of the novel, she has also authored the screenplay for Esperanza's film debut.
In the case of Esperanza's Box of Saints , the cinematic touches nicely complement the book's larger-than-life characters, from best friend and fellow-widow Soledad, or poor Father Salvador, the hapless recipient of Esperanza's occasionally X-rated confessions, to Angel, the keeper of her heart. All in all, this is a book guaranteed to charm and amuse. The tale begins with a miracle: on the day of her daughter's funeral, grief-stricken Esperanza Diaz is preparing pollo al chipotle for the funeral guests when San Judas Tadeo, the saint of desperate cases, appears in her grimy oven window "like a pi?
Esperanza immediately sets out on a dangerous, sometimes hilarious search for her lost child, leading the reader into a vibrant fictional realm. Esperanza's world is one in which a woman's skin tastes like tamarind candy, in which the statue of a saint glows and smells like lilacs and in which Esperanza's religious devotion has an aphrodisiac effect on the men she encounters.
Despite the protests of her old friend Soledad and the concerns of her priest, who is disturbed by his intense attraction to her, Esperanza becomes convinced that Blanca was kidnapped by a doctor at the hospital and was forced into child prostitution.
Esperanza's search takes her from a local brothel to Tijuana and then to Los Angeles; along the way, she encounters such zany characters as the eccentric, elderly Dona Trini, owner of a high-class brothel and keeper of a peculiar secret; the rich, lonely American Mr. Haynes, who pays Esperanza for nights of lullabies and conversation; Vicenza, a tough-talking businesswoman and die-hard wrestling fan; and, finally, the very human El Angel Justiciero, a professional wrestler with wings and a mask, who lands at Esperanza's feet and changes her life.