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Vladimir (Premio Lumen 2023) (Spanish Edition). Leticia Martín





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ISBN: 9788426424570 | 184 pages | 5 Mb






  • Vladimir (Premio Lumen 2023) (Spanish Edition)

  • Leticia Martín

  • Page: 184

  • Format: pdf, ePub, fb2, mobi

  • ISBN: 9788426424570

  • Publisher: PRH Grupo Editorial

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I PREMIO LUMEN DE NOVELA «Con gran tensión narrativa y un estilo acerado, Leticia Martin ha escrito una novela polémica sobre los límites del deseo y las relaciones de poder». Del acta del Jurado Guinea ve truncada su carrera como profesora en una universidad de Estados Unidos tras salir a la luz su relación con un alumno mucho más joven que ella. Huyendo del escándalo y en busca de una nueva vida llega al aeropuerto de Buenos Aires, donde descubre que se ha producido un apagón general. Con el teléfono sin red, es incapaz de localizar su destino. Un hombre inquietantemente amable la conduce por la ciudad y le propone alojarse con él y con su hijo adolescente, Vladimir, mientras continúe la situación. Sin combustible ni alimentos, la calle se vuelve un escenario peligroso: todos contra todos. Sin embargo, la mayor violencia late invisible dentro de la casa donde los tres conviven junto a dos perros. Guinea y Vladimir sienten pronto una complicidad que los enfrenta al padre. Otra vez un deseo turbio que ordena y produce el caos, un deseo más fuerte que la sangre y el amor. Vladimir es una novela profundamente perturbadora, un thriller emocional y erótico en el contexto de un mundo que se apaga. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION “Leticia Martin has written an incisive and polemical novel full of narrative tension that tests the limits of desire and power relationships.” – excerpt from the judging panel’s decision. Guinea’s professorial career at an American university is cut short after word gets out of her relationship with a much younger student. Fleeing from scandal and in search of a new life, she flies to Buenos Aires, only to discover upon her arrival that the city is in a total blackout. Her phone has no signal, and she has no idea where to go. An oddly friendly man offers to be her guide and invites her to stay with him and his teenage son, Vladimir, until the power comes back. With no gas or food available, neighbor turns against neighbor and being on the street is dangerous. The worst violence, however, is just under the surface in the household Guinea shares with her hosts and their two dogs. She soon becomes Vladimir’s accomplice against his father as, once again, a desire stronger than love or blood leads her into chaos.  Vladimir is a profoundly unsettling novel, an emotional and erotic thriller in a world plunged into darkness.




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