The History of Silence


Author: Pedro Zarraluki

The History of Silence — winner of the prestigious Premio Herralde de Novela on its original publication in Spanish — is a novel with a splendid gallery of characters in which the author displays his implacable sense of humor and shows us to what extent life is a comedy under the constant threat of a tragic ending. A work that reflects on the beauty and the risk of silence….Read More

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