The stories of Chi-Huei--a Chinese boy whose family has come to Spain in search of a better life--and his friend Sara--a girl strangely fascinated by a homeless man--comprise two separate yet complementary sections, presenting the reader with an account of their life circumstances and the nuances of their perspectives: the genuine voices through which they negotiate the world around them.
- Paperback | 190 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 12.19mm | 240.4g
- 30 Sep 2013
- Hispabooks Publishing
- Madrid, Spain
About Elvira Navarro
Elvira Navarro (Huelva, 1978) is a Spanish fiction writer whi was included by Granta magazine in their issue on the top 22 Spanish writers under the age of 35. She contributes to Spansih cultural magazines and has received a couple literary awards for the Spanish edition of "The Happy City." Rosalind Harvey is a translator of Spanish and Latin American fiction. She is a serving committee member of the Translators Association, founding member and Chair of the Emerging Translators Network.