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My boyfriend gave me his copy of this book We have similar interest in true crime novels like this I didn t know much about El Chapo before reading this book Really interesting and informing I really enjoyed this read and would recommend The book The last Narco is about a Mexican cartel that gets arrested and get out when he wants to because, he pays the police and everyone in jail He cartel can do whatever he wants to because he is the boss Nobody that can mess with him or even touch him El chapo the cartel is tired of being locked up so he escapes from prison The police keeps looking for the cartel because he is dangerous and has a lot money The police looks everywhere for him but when they are close to capture him he The book The last Narco is about a Mexican cartel that gets arrested and get out when he wants to because, he pays the police and everyone in jail He cartel can do whatever he wants to because he is the boss Nobody that can mess with him or even touch him El chapo the cartel is tired of being locked up so he escapes from prison The police keeps looking for the cartel because he is dangerous and has a lot money The police looks everywhere for him but when they are close to capture him he escapes and runs away Still today they keep looking for him The Book is about Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera known as El Chapo Guzman He was born in 1957 in the poor Mexican town of La Tuna de Badiraguato, Sinaloa He is one of the top 5 world s most wanted In 2001 he escaped and hasnt been captured ever since Malcolm says El Chapo employs 150,000 men, women and children in his murderous operation No one knows where he is It is also about the Mexican Cartels all over Mexico that try to smuggle drugs through the US and about drug wars What struc The Book is about Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera known as El Chapo Guzman He was born in 1957 in the poor Mexican town of La Tuna de Badiraguato, Sinaloa He is one of the top 5 world s most wanted In 2001 he escaped and hasnt been captured ever since Malcolm says El Chapo employs 150,000 men, women and children in his murderous operation No one knows where he is It is also about the Mexican Cartels all over Mexico that try to smuggle drugs through the US and about drug wars What struck me about the book was how he escaped from jail in 2001 and how the guardians didn t even notice when he got on a car And now he is the richest person on earth and no one knows where he is at He has hundreds of people working for him to protect him life and to make his cartels grow And in 2011than 34 thousand people were killed that year because of drug wars The book was really descriptive and I really enjoyed reading this book This book is mostly a summary of the Mexican drug wars between roughly 2004 and 2009 Guzman is definitely a focus, but mostly about how he continued to run the Sinaloa cartel even while on the run There s not really that much about the hunt for him specifically.As a history of the drug wars in those years it s broad but good My main complaint is the history is presented in a surprisingly non linear fashion, so the book jumps around between those years and can be a little hard to follow.Overal This book is mostly a summary of the Mexican drug wars between roughly 2004 and 2009 Guzman is definitely a focus, but mostly about how he continued to run the Sinaloa cartel even while on the run There s not really that much about the hunt for him specifically.As a history of the drug wars in those years it s broad but good My main complaint is the history is presented in a surprisingly non linear fashion, so the book jumps around between those years and can be a little hard to follow.Overall, it s okay as a broad history of the drug wars for those years but it s nothing particularly special This book is of course a little out of date now not its fault, I bought it second hand as Chapo is behind bars in the states Hopefully at some point there will be a new edition It jumps about a bit and I would have preferred alinear narrative At times there are paths hinted at but not taken for example the links between PRI and the narcos In general the focus is narrow There s little sense of how Chapo s operations fitted into a the wider mosaic of narco cartels, I was disappointed This book is of course a little out of date now not its fault, I bought it second hand as Chapo is behind bars in the states Hopefully at some point there will be a new edition It jumps about a bit and I would have preferred alinear narrative At times there are paths hinted at but not taken for example the links between PRI and the narcos In general the focus is narrow There s little sense of how Chapo s operations fitted into a the wider mosaic of narco cartels, I was disappointed that a bittime wasn t spent with the notorious zetas for example Nevertheless an informative, if depressing read I have always found Mexico a much nicer place than the one depicted here maybe that s just tourist naivety but I d like to think not So I listened to the audio version of this book because I enjoy if that is the right word reading true crime books and the fact that my Hubby and I take frequent trips to Mexico and wanted to learnabout the dangers of the drug cartels To say that the cartels are ruthless, is like saying Jack the Ripper had dating issues In fact, on one trip to Cabo, we just missed seeing several bodies hanging from a highway overpass that were put there by a drug cartel to send a message to a rival car So I listened to the audio version of this book because I enjoy if that is the right word reading true crime books and the fact that my Hubby and I take frequent trips to Mexico and wanted to learnabout the dangers of the drug cartels To say that the cartels are ruthless, is like saying Jack the Ripper had dating issues In fact, on one trip to Cabo, we just missed seeing several bodies hanging from a highway overpass that were put there by a drug cartel to send a message to a rival cartel Barbaric Back to the book The book was very well researched and the writing was solid My two complaints is that I would have liked to learnabout how the cartels operate across the boarder in the U.S and at times the book became redundant with account after account of arrests, murders and how corrupt the Mexican authorities are toward the cartels Still, it is fascinating reading in a very scary sort of way This novel was very detailed surprisingly with lots of facts of actual events that happened However, I question some of the actual facts in the book I believe that most of what is accounted for did actually happen and is true It offers a look into the life and upbringing of El Chapo I enjoyed the way this book was written. Good book I was hoping it would beof a biography of El Chapo, but it was kind of mixed stories about his days in prison, his days in power and what the Mexican government military police where up to There was a lot of good information and insight into how the cartel was able to work with the people and various governments of Mexico. The book helped me get a better picture of the competing conspiratorial criminal organizations that nearly dominate Mexico, about the wars between these brutal competitors, about the corruption that pervades Mexican culture and why that corruption exists and continues from generation to generation due to threats, bribes, and acceptance Beith took some risks in researching the book andrisk by publishing when one considers how many journalists who have written about Mexican drug trafficking The book helped me get a better picture of the competing conspiratorial criminal organizations that nearly dominate Mexico, about the wars between these brutal competitors, about the corruption that pervades Mexican culture and why that corruption exists and continues from generation to generation due to threats, bribes, and acceptance Beith took some risks in researching the book andrisk by publishing when one considers how many journalists who have written about Mexican drug trafficking and the gangsters who ply the narcotics trade the Narcos and how many of those brave journalists have been murdered for upsetting one drug lord or another.The drug wars have claimed the lives of 28,000 in Mexico over the last four years It s worse than the Middle East for violence in Mexico, a nation that banned private gun ownership Narcos wield fully automatic AK 47s Russian or Chinese guns , grenades, grenade launchers, and bazookas in their war Los Zetos is an army of trained killers working with the Gulf Cartel The wealthy and organized criminal organizations employ submarines, airplanes, tunnels, etc to bring their heroine, cocaine, marijuana, and other drugs across our borders ^FREE PDF ↳ The Last Narco: Inside the Hunt for El Chapo, the World's Most Wanted Drug Lord ⇗ The dense hills of Sinaloa, Mexico, are home to the most powerful drug lord since Pablo Escobar Joaquin El Chapo Guzman Guzman is among the world s ten most wanted men and also appeared on Forbes magazine sbillionaire list With his massive wealth, his army of professional killers, and a network of informants that reaches into the highest levels of government, catching Guzman was considered impossible until now Newly isolated by infighting amongst the cartels, and with Mexican and DEA authorities closing in, El Chapo is vulnerable as never before Newsweek correspondent Malcolm Beith has spent years reporting on the drug wars and follows the chase with full access to senior officials and exclusive interviews with soldiers and drug traffickers in the region, including members of Guzman s cartel The Last Narco combines fearless reporting with the story of El Chapo s legendary rise from a poor farming family to the capo of the world s largest drug empire The Last Narco is essential reading about one of the most pressing and dramatic stories in the news today a true crime thriller happening in real time