Return To The Dark Valley

bySantiago GamboaTranslated byHoward Curtis

September 29, 2017|
Return To The Dark Valley by Santiago Gamboa
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Fans of Roberto Bolano will feel right at home in this globetrotting tale of misfit poets and ultraviolent drug lords . . . A page turner" ( Miami Rail ). Manuela is a woman haunted by a troubled childhood that she tries to escape through books and poetry. Tertullian is an Argentine preacher who claims to be the Pope''s son, ready to resort to extreme methods to create a harmonious society. Ferdinand Palacios is a Colombian priest with a dark paramilitary past, now confronted with his guilt. Rimbaud was the precocious, brilliant poet whose life was incessant exploration. Along with Juana and the consul, these are the central characters inSantiago Gamboa''s "complex, challenging story that speaks to the terror and dislocation of the age" ( Kirkus Reviews ). "Action-packed plotting . . . examines the movement of people across the shifting geopolitical landscape, the impossibility of returning and the potential redemptive power of poetry." - The New York Times Book Review "An unsettling and brilliant document of contemporary life; highly recommended." - Library Journal (starred review) "Gamboa possesses considerable talent at creating energetic scenes that spiral off in intriguing directions." - San Francisco Chronicle "
Novelist, short story writer, and journalist,Santiago Gamboa was born in Colombia in 1965. His American debut, published by Europa in 2012, was the novel Necropolis, winner of the Otra Orilla Literary Prize. He is also the author of Night Prayers (Europa Editions, 2016). For Europa Editions,Howard Curtis has translated five novels by...
Title:Return To The Dark ValleyFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:424 pages, 8.3 X 5.4 X 1.3 inShipping dimensions:424 pages, 8.3 X 5.4 X 1.3 inPublished:September 29, 2017Publisher:Europa EditionsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1609454251

ISBN - 13:9781609454258

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