The ongoing struggles of Indigenous people in Colombia who have lost their land and lives to violent, illegal mining ventures are explored in this fictional graphic novel translated from Spanish. It follows Andrea, a young survivor determined to expose the truth.---from the publisher


Andrea, a young Indigenous Colombian woman, has returned to the land she calls home. Only nineteen years old, she comes to mourn her lost child, carrying a box in her arms. And she comes with another mission. Andrea has hidden a camera upon herself. If she can capture evidence of the illegal mining that displaced her family, it will mark the first step toward reclaiming their land. This socially conscious thriller from graphic novelist Canizales examines the injustices of his home country in a stark, distinctive style.---from the publisher

Keywords: graphic novel, thriller, injustice, displacement, Indigenous people, South America, illegal mining, crimes, mystery and detective, sexual assault, 14 year old, 15 year old, 16 year old, 17 year old, social issues, social conditions, diversity, diverse books

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