Barcelona: Acantilado, (Narrativa del Acantilado, 311), 2018. First Edition. Paperback. 316p., wrps. new. Item #68380
"Los días rotos" tells the story of seven months in the life of Tomás Sepúlveda, a fifty-five-year-old man who retired early, and is married with two children who moved away, and an elderly father in a nursing home. He is a man so normal that he appears to be a stereotype. But through his notes, written perhaps to fill the many hours that his new life has made available, he reveals an intense, lively, and lucid character with thoughts that bear witness those of an entire generation: people who feel like they want more, but stay silent.