By Alejandro Zambra
Verónica tarda, Verónica se demora inexplicablemente y el libro sigue hasta que ella regrese o hasta que Julián esté seguro de que ya no volverá. Hacia el ultimate, Julián quiere escribir y no ser escrito, pero esperar es dejarse escribir: esperar es seguir una constante deriva de imágenes. Entonces l. a. historia comienza mucho antes de esa noche última, tal vez una tarde de 1984, con los angeles escena de un niño mirando televisión. Y termina con las inevitables conjeturas sobre l. a. vida de Daniela, l. a. hija de Verónica, a los veinte, a los veinticinco, a los treinta años, cuando ha pasado mucho tiempo desde que su padrastro le contaba historias sobre los árboles. ¿Por qué leer y escribir libros en un mundo a punto de quebrarse? Esta pregunta ronda cada página de los angeles vida privada de los árboles, una novela que confirma a Alejandro Zambra como uno de los escritores más interesantes de las nuevas generaciones.
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