Fila India, LaBy Antonio Ortuno
In order to repatriate the victims of a massacre, a young officer is sent to a lost village in the southeast of Mexico. Her first mistake: moving there with her seven-year-old daughter. The second one: opening her house to a survivor. The third: arguing that a criminal group is against Central American migrants. And fourth: trying to resolve the simple question of why no one seems to care. Composed like a kaleidoscope that records all the tones of sarcasm, La fila india is an exciting story that offers us a group of unforgettable characters, a prose that is hard to beat, and the look of an author that registers how to break down the relationship between one individual and the country in which she lives.