Monday, January 22, 2018

Review: EL DORADO BAY by Mary Schultz

A young U.S.-raised Mexico-born man brings only his hope, his complicated past and his chef’s talent to begin life anew in an isolated Mexican coastal village. When the wreckage of his past closes in, honor and love square off, and the fireworks begin.

Reviewed by: Celia
Rating: 2.5 stars


Review: The plan was to make El Dorado Bay Resort the most unique in all of Mexico. All David wanted was a job and forget the past he left behind. Born in Mexico and raised in the U.S, he aims to forge a new life to where his roots took shape.


Story depicted vibrant and colorful imagery of the Mexican landscapes; however, I felt the plot was somewhat lagging and ambiguous. I couldn’t see a clear lineage in the story. Where was it going? What was the point in all of it? Would we ever reach a definitive conclusion?  I honestly was lost by the whole thing.

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