“Reading Umami is like traveling through the minds of everyone we know, guided by a soft, reliable voice that tells us: stop, listen, observe.” Valeria Luiselli
“Daniel Sada will be remembered in Mexico as a literary titan of his time, one of the most innovative novelists in contemporary Latin American letters.” The Washington Post
“The Bitterness and acidity that overheated his work unaware any kind of concession or respite. ” Ari Volovich
“Bones of San Lorenzo is clean and precise – from the beginning until the last page – through unexpected twists. Vicente is an excellent novelist and his novel a complete non-stop reading” Élmer Mendoza
“This unforgettable novel is not only a visceral rejection of Canek Sánchez Guevara’s political inheritance as Che Guevara’s grandson but also a very personal cry for help.” Jon Lee Anderson
“With echoes of Charles Dickens´ Great expectations and films like John Cassavete´ Gloria and Charles Chaplin´s The Kid, The children is a haunting and deeply original novel” Siruela
“A careful, intimate, daring and open prose… The territory revealed by Boone, his world, extends until our inner deserts.” Élmer Mendoza
A special voice away from convencional that achieves a comprehensive and bold vision of literature and the world of its characters.
“Fernanda Trias, in the antipodes of the sterile literature that is in vogue, appears as one of the most interesting writers in Spanish language.” Mario Levrero
… a bright and fresh prose of evocative atmospheres, where the most important is the human factor, the characters.
A story masterfully constructed in search of the maternal language, in which the main character could be thousands of people with a denied past. “The promising debut of a new novelist.” Revista Leer
“… a novel that breaks with the monotony of current young narrators and their constant lack of interesting stories.” Beatriz Sarlo
Three intertwine stories through a laconic and agile style of abundant silences: a rich inventive material.
Adolescence is a life in itself, a frontier between past and future that we do not know if there will be. María shares in the form of a novel, with a staggering simplicity, her professional experience in this regard.