There are not and there cannot be lions in Düsseldorf
by Ignacio Abad
Among the many surprises that await the reader, it is hidden in this novel a delicate work of goldsmithing and a precisely constructed plot with which Ignacio Abad will gradually involve him. Thanks to his skill in putting the story together and to the consistent voice of its protagonist, an unnamed journalist, a fractured story unfolds before us, a story that jumps between the past, the present, and the future and that, in the end, will branch out into an unusual game of mirrors or, better yet, into a maze, a maze of interwoven stories. Thus, as one progresses reading, discerning between truth and lie, between the real and the imagined, glimpsing the right side of the blurred line that separates them, will become an increasingly complicated task, a disturbing and exciting challenge for the reader.
Ignacio Abad was born in León in 1980. He is the author of other books that are no longer available on the market and writes, since he moved to Tokyo, writes a weekly fiction story in the newspaper Diario de León where he almost always talks about a forest and a raccoon. His last book, There are not and there cannot be lions in Düsseldorf, was awarded the prize to best published book for the year 2019 by Diputación de León.
New narrative and narrators in SpanishView all titles
- Publisher/Imprint menoslobos / Mrs. Danvers
- Orginal LanguageSpanish
- ISBN/Identifier 9788494808753
- Publication Country or regionSpain
- Primary Price 24 EUR
- Publish StatusPublished
- Original Language TitleEn Düsseldorf no hay ni puede haber leones
- Copyright Year2019
- Dimensions21 x 13 cm
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