The Pachon family is going through hard times: Fernando (the father) just lost his millionaire juice company and is forced to give up the fancy and comfortable lifestyle that he and his family used to have. Rodolfo (his oldest son) thinks he attracts bad luck and always feels like things couldn’t get any worse. Catarina (the youngest) is terrified that she will have to leave school and live in a modest place. Meanwhile, Lucía (the mom) must get back to teaching at her kids’ new school. During this radical change they’ll meet friends, but also people who will make the process even harder. The Pachon family will try to get out of the rabbit hole they fell through in spite of the adversity surrounding them. Themes: – Change: of social status, school, way of life, friends. – Failure: the principal character’s dad is an entrepreneur who goes bankrupt. – Different points of view: the novel is written in free indirect speech, which allows the reader to understand various opinions. – Tolerance and adversity: the author talks about current subjects such as racism, intolerance, bullying and mistreating among adults, alcoholism, lack of opportunities, and indoctrination at schools against free-thinking. – Economy and family: the family faces hardship due to lack of money. – Violence in the country: represented by the referral to the 43 dead students in Iguala in 2014 and the uncle’s kidnapping.