Buenos Aires: Eterna Cadencia Editora, 2018. First Edition. Paperback. 96p., wrps. new. Item #69051
"Siempre empuja todo" is a compelling yet heartbreaking novel that explores psychosis and loneliness in a coastal town in its off season, constantly exploring the limits of reality. The work centers around Ruben, who had planned a trip with Cristian, his son, to the beach where they used to spend the summer when Cristian was a boy and Maricel was still alive. At the last moment, Cristian decides not to go, but Ruben travels anyway. With the passing of days, the road between the beach and the little hotel where he is staying begins to fill with shadows, and the memories that the place begin to feel as if they belonged to a foreign life. The appearance of a teenage girl who knows how to use her sensuality end up unleashing a storm in which memory, fantasy, and desire swirl.