My name is Mitchell Guerra. A fun fact about me is that I used to do Tae Kwon Do. I’m not entirely sure what I want to pursue yet, so for now, my major is undecided. Below is a picture of me in Barcelona, Spain this summer. One thing I liked about “The Book of Unknown Americans” was the reality of the class differences in America. The author refused to sugarcoat the fact that they truly do exist. Especially in Maribel’s case where she is an immigrant, which is difficult enough. She had gone through a brain injury and struggled immensely during her time in the states. A dislike I had was Maribel’s mother. She was always overprotective and blamed herself for Maribel’s accident throughout the entire length of the novel. She was a bit over the top at some points.