Questions of having to practice political correctness and letting the pendulum swing so far away from true creative freedoms have been raised, but it goes deeper than that. This doesn't need to be a divisive issue but one of respect.
This book is about Mexican migrations and the attempts to get into the USA. The story takes Lydia and her son Luca across Mexico as they fight the near impossible task of migrating north toward the U.S.A. after their entire family has been murdered by the cartel. Together they face threats of rape, kidnapping, theft, and death--and that's really just the tip of the iceberg.