A magical memoir of family, love, and the undiscovered epiphanies that bind soulmates to one another for life.
Victor Villasenor first introduced readers to his parents, Lupe and Salvador, in his hugely successful 'Rain Of Gold'. Now, in 'Thirteen Senses', Villasenor returns to the rich history of his family.
By retelling tales told to him from hundreds of hours of recorded interviews with several members of his family, Villasenor keeps intact the folk-voiced tone of his mesitzo heritage. Villasenor ultimately outlines a multisensory awareness of life which shows that a true enlightened individual is not restricted by the usage of five senses, but is capable of utilising all thirteen.