Monday, November 19, 2012

Critically Acclaimed "Pancho Land" Released on Kindle






The Amazon Kindle release of PANCHO LAND, third novel in the Class H Trilogy by award-winning author Raul Ramos y Sanchez was officially released November 12, 2002. Written as a cautionary tale, the Class H Trilogy depicts a harrowing future where extremism on both sides of the immigration issue spark an ethnic conflict on U.S. soil. Seen through the lens of a family struggling to remain together in a nation being torn apart by civil war, the Class H Trilogy has garnered praise from a number of media and literary sources. In PANCHO LAND, the family saga reaches a third generation as the ethnic conflict brings the entire world to the brink of war.


Acclaim for the Class H Series:

  • Provocative USA Today 
  • Thrilling and vibrant New York Times Best-selling author James Rollins
  • Sweeping, intensePublishers Weekly
  • Inventive and highly original — Library Journal


Additional PANCHO LAND editions for other eBook platforms and a print edition are slated for 2013 through Beck & Branch Publishers.

Author Highlights:
  • Best Novel Award Winner - International Latino Book Awards 
  • Violet Crown Awards Fiction Finalist, Writers League of Texas
  • Books Into Movies Award Winner - presented by Edward James Olmos
  • USA Today 2009 Summer Reads Author
  • LATINA Magazine "10 Hottest Summer Reads" for 2009 Author
  • Named #1 among "2011 Top Ten Latino Authors" by LatinoStories.com 
  • Listed among "Best Hispanic Writers of the 21st century" by ChaCha.com

About the Author
Cuban-born Raul Ramos y Sanchez grew up in Miami's cultural kaleidoscope before becoming a long-time resident of the U.S. Midwest. Ramos began the first novel of the Class H Trilogy, AMERICA LIBRE, in 2004 with the input of scholars from Latin America, Spain, and the United States. A multiple award winner, the author and his work have been featured on television, radio and print media across the U.S. and abroad. 
[Represented by van Haitsma Literary Agency]
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