In the Hispanic American Heritage Stories series, Marcos Antonio Hernandez presents the compelling narratives of archetypes that shape a culture.
Across borders and throughout generations, these stories explore what it means to be from Central America—both contemporary and in the distant past.
The immigration story, The Education of a Wetback, tells the story of a young man escaping poverty in El Salvador in search of the American Dream.
Where They Burn Books is the tale of Friar Diego de Landa’s Mayan Inquisition, where he destroyed centuries worth of native culture in the name of God.
In They Also Burn People, readers learn how one man’s obsession with a classic Garcia Marquez novel dances with indigenous revenge, leaving destruction behind.
The Hispanic American Heritage Stories showcase the spirit of immigrants, the dangers of desire, and how man’s search for meaning can inspire great action—or lead to immense pain.
Two outcast women. Technology that can solve their problems. A threat to everyone on Earth…
Desperate for money, Shada and Chloe accept the consciousnesses of DNA-edited elites into their brains.
Trapped inside their own minds, they discover a shocking final solution for the city’s unedited masses. They’re in a race against time to regain control of their bodies and take down the evil corporation before innocent lives are lost.
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"Exciting page-turner that I couldn't put down!"
"The Edited Genome trilogy wraps up with a bang.”
“One of the most unique chapters I've ever read in fiction.”