Book Review: Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez

Things We Lost in the Fire takes the reader on a journey to Enriquez’s Argentina, where drug addicts roam in blackouts, kids disappear in the streets and in houses, and women set themselves on fire to protest abuse. The reading is magical and enchanting. The way Enriquez weaves stories and plot lines makes the reader feel as if he or she is not really in Argentine, but a different world on a different globe. Highly recommended for anyone who appreciates literature and feeling adventerous.