"Cynical and funny: a yarn worthy of a place alongside Cortázar and Donoso."
"He was swollen, deformed, nibbled by fish." And that's one of the luckier residents of Argentine novelist Saccomanno's infernal seaside-resort city, where not much good ever happens.
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