Reviews - What do customers think about Juventud en Extasis?
Mind Blowing Mar 20, 2008
I read this book many years ago and I was amazed! It was very well written and the ideals and values that are discussed are real, not just for Mexican youths but for EVERY youth! It deals with the issue of premarital sex and it takes you on a journey where you learn about sexuality and love. The book was so inspirational to me that I have encouraged my whole family read it. I've lent my copy out more times than I can count, and i feel honored to share something so moving with others. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone, you won't be disappointed. It is a joy to have such a masterpiece in my collection.
The one I fell in love with Mar 5, 2008
This was the first book I ever read written by C.C. Sanchez and it's the reason I fell in love with his writing and have pretty much all his books. For those giving it a bad review, I'm sorry to say but I agree with the others, this is a GREAT book. And it's not just talking about Mexican youth it's about all youth in general and the things we might face.
Excelente orientación Aug 8, 2006
La primera vez que leí esta novela era todavía una adolescente, y me ayudó a establecer mis propios ideales con respecto al sexo con estos mismos decidí mi vida conyugal y ahora que soy adulta me doy cuenta que todos los conceptos son excelentes, recientemente la volví a adquirir para mi hija y nos ha sido de mucha ayuda en estos momentos que comienza a enfrentarse a la presión del sexo. Se las recomiendo ampliamente.
I agree with Alonso Mejia Silva... read his comments! Mar 16, 2006
This is a silly book for air heads, I read it when I was about 18... and the story was so stupid I couldn't believe a Mexican writer could picture Youth in general to be so stupid... if I am not wrong the story is about a 24 y.o. "kid". I got to say though, that it could be a good attempt to guide your "children"... but you may also offend your "children" if you were to give them this book as a gift. Besides Sanchez is so self serving with this books, he thinks he can come and teach us morale... as Wilde said: "Morality, like art, means drawing a line someplace".
Right on Target Feb 5, 2005
This book is probably not very popular with most young people, because it tells them the opposite of what they are keen to hear. However, it is also the way to make it to the other side in one piece. We need more books like this. The author is a very couragous man, something few people are these days! The story is simple, but makes more sense than most complicated books I've read. Bravo!