"My family loved reading this story of the Davidson's camping trip with their two children in Europe. It gave me the courage to take the leap and do the same thing with my teenagers. I was thankful to have a guide to campgrounds and places to see all over Europe. Thanks to the authors."
"A very timely novel on the issue of immigration wrapped in a romantic interlude of two lost lovers reconnecting after many years. Davidson puts human faces on those struggling to escape poverty and the painful separation from family by taking the risky journey across borders."
Another Reviewer says;
"I thoroughly enjoyed Sher Davidson’s first novel Under the Salvadoran Sun. She has great story telling talent plus her in-depth knowledge of the Salvadoran people and culture were key ingredients. Found myself completely absorbed in learning about the complexities of the immigration issues faced by the people south of our border as I accompanied Angela on her adventures traveling around El Salvador The intricacies of her relationships - romantic, daughters, and friends added to the overall enjoyment of the book."
"Sher Davidson's Under the Salvadoran Sun is first and foremost a great story, and isn't that why we read novels? There are many threads to this story and the author does a marvelous job of keeping them all going. There are no loose ends. She intertwines a steamy love story and a conflict between a mother and her daughters with the politics and history of El Salvador. Many secrets are revealed as the story unfolds, with real and scary episodes, and a very satisfying ending, although not without tears. At the conclusion of the book, the author has included discussion questions for book groups, a real service."
"Altogether this is a very enjoyable book, and will be of particular interest to anyone concerned with questions of immigration from Latin America, or with embracing change and finding love later in life."