The abyss, by Pilar Quintana

The abyss, by Pilar Quintana

Perhaps it is one of the most intense contradictions to riding, as they say. I am referring to the paradoxical and progressive experience of wanting to grow up. Because as soon as you want to later, you want to return to that time when so many authentic things are abandoned ... And Pilar Quintana too ...

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The Vanishing Half, by Brit Bennett

Current storytellers such as Colson Whitehead or Brit Bennett are very proud of the racial connotations as an argument. It is about abounding in that awareness of difference as something natural. Even more so from the stridency of considering the opposite. Michael Jackson didn't want to be black, they all ...

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The Death of Murat Idrissi, by Tommy Wieringa

The Dutch writer Tommy Wieringa takes us into a true story about those stowaway children of the XNUMXst century. People of any age in search of a denied future. The old notion of borders as that ultimate nonsense, when one is able to deny the right to ...

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Friends forever, by Daniel Ruiz García

Crapulas untimely. The typical effect between Mr Hyde and Dorian Gray that anyone over 40 years of age can suffer when they return to the alcoholic splendors of the night after having missed a few years of raising children, of Sunday hobbies never suspected before reaching ...

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Closed eyes, by Edurne Portela

Edurne Portela was very successful in expanding on the magical contradiction of our towns focused on her representative Pueblo Chico. Because from each of those places where we come from, we carry with us a telluric magnetism that on our return makes us inhabit the present and the past. So all that ...

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Yoga, by Emmanuel Carrère

If it was a matter of breaking taboos on mental illness, Emmanuel Carrère has done his part with this brutally sincere play. Only, on his inscrutable path towards the abyss, Carrère takes advantage of precisely that darkness to make us volatile, rambling and disturbing. Order and chaos are formally replaced and ...

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The gossip, by Risto Mejide

It must not be easy to be Risto Mejide and launch into writing a novel. Because everyone expects from him a point of confusion and creative eccentricity. And of course considering a plot with its beginning, its middle and its ending is like thinking about pulling the missionary's position in ...

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The wonders, by Elena Medel

To get to this title, its author omits everything that Alicia had to do to get to that country. But Elena Medel is right to blur everything before Wonderland. because the country, the allegory, melt into squalor and Alicia could never fit into a ...

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