El maravilloso y trágico arte de morir de amor

El maravilloso y trágico arte de morir de amor

Novel , 2015

Pages: 576

"A young lover of beauty above all things engages in an uninterrupted conversation that lasts a lifetime, trying to find out, understand, and explain, through literature and to its ultimate consequences, the tearing apart of a love understood, lived, and, what is worse, lost.

A river novel, a delirious and profuse portrait of great hopes, unfulfilled promises, a desire to conquer the world, and meager results, all revolving around love and its possible impossibility.

"No one has ever measured, not even poets, how much the heart can hold." - Zelda Fitzgerald, Save Me The Waltz"




‘Gisela Leal avoids erudition and pedantry and writes with the audacity of knowing herself a teller of real fables and ephemera of pure imagination.’ Babelia, El País