Segura uses the idea of struggle—good cops vs. bad, Fernandez vs. himself, pro-Castro Cuban Americans vs. anti-Castro factions—to explore the concept of how the choices people make have consequences that impact not only their own lives, for both better and worse, but can have a ripple effect that lasts for generations. It’s a nice maturation, both of the series and of Segura’s talent as an author.

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