[Ebook] Pequeña flor By Iosi Havilio – Writerscompany.co.uk

Pequeña flor Esa Tarde Entend Que Lo Que Creemos Imposible Suele Estar A Tres Segundos De Distancia Iosi Havilio Ha Escrito Una Novela Magn Fica E Inesperada Peque A Flor Es Un Hipn Tico Y Admirable Nico P Rrafo, Consistente, Adictivo, Producto De La Prosa De Un Autor Talentoso E Inquieto Que Se Inclina Por La B Squeda Constante.Un Hecho Fortuito Y Un Matrimonio En Plena Meseta Amorosa Son Los Disparadores De Una Historia Que No Para De Crecer, Que Sorprende A Cada Paso, Hasta Llegar Al Xtasis, Acaso Reci N, En Su Punto Final.


About the Author: Iosi Havilio

Iosi Havilio es un escritor y guionista argentino.Formado en filosof a, m sica y cine, en 2006 public Opendoor, su primera novela junto a la editorial argentina Entrop a En abril de 2009, el mismo libro fue editado en Espa a por Caballo de Troya Opendoor narra en primera persona la experiencia de una joven veterinaria en el entorno rural cercano a un hospital siqui trico El debut de Havilio fu



10 thoughts on “Pequeña flor

  1. says:

    If you can set aside the time a couple of hours will probably suffice unless you re a particularly slow reader I would suggest, as I did, reading this in a single sitting The work meanders on in a stream of unbroken text from beginning to end drifting from one subject to the next and I couldn t really see any good reaso


  2. says:

    Odd and disorienting, this meanders through some surprising twists I have a lot of trouble with the lack of paragraph breaks, but was mostly ambling along And squirming at the narrator s highly questionable reasoning and concluding action.


  3. says:

    An utterly fantastic read Completely unputdownable One to read in one sitting I definitely need to check out Iosi Havilio s other work.


  4. says:

    What a ride I loved the single paragraph format of this short novel beforehand, I thought that format might feel gimmicky, but the book s urgency makes it necessary, I think I always enjoy an interplay between themes and genres, as here with Tolstoy, Sidney Bechet, and Jodorowsky, mostly references to works I vaguely know of but am not deeply fam


  5. says:

    Other reviews mention something along the lines of I don t really know what s going on but I think I like it. That works for me.The prose and atmosphere has the dreamlike quality that might be expected but so does the plot which is a little rarer.Overheated and intense, this is a fever dream of a read.


  6. says:

    Bit confusing, some bits that I skipped over because they were quite boring Very artsy, to the point where you d sometimes get a bit fed up of it But definitely immersive and also kind of stressful at times, which fits with the theme I guess


  7. says:

    Many people will tell you to read this delightfully strange novel in one setting, but I confess, I needed to set it down from time to time when the digressions got a little too extra though by the end I recognized that they had their place But it s great fun odd and unexpected.


  8. says:

    Fun, short, surreal book about a house husband and his discovery that he can semi permanently murder Slightly too existential internal monologue of a man , but not too grating a protagonist Nice expression of father bonding with his child No interesting women really Translated from Spanish.


  9. says:

    Good writing but there is too little real substance here.


  10. says:

    I loved this little book Lots of twists and turns Read with Blackwells looking forward to meeting the author.


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