“Twenty-five years together and all she expected was that gesture, his hand stretched back, a friendly face murmuring reassuring words.”
Martina and Leo have been married for over 25 years. A bumpy flight puts their lives in danger and each one reviews it at a crucial moment. If we were about to die, how would we see our actions, what would we think about them? Would we choose again the person with whom we shared our lives, with their obstacles, lovers and fatigue? A captivating novel that invites us to reflect on the lights and the most varied shadows of the decisions that made us who we are today.
Tatiana Goransky (1977) is a writer and jazz singer. Author of the novels Lulúpe María T, Gift from the waters, Fade Out and the nouvelles Ball Boy and Who killed the jazz singer? She participated in the festivals of Medellín, Gijón, Montevideo, Acapulco and Barcelona. In 2019 she compiled the anthology of short stories Barcelona-Buenos Aires. Eleven thousand kilometers, a bridge between both cities. She also participated in The Pornographic Condition, Daughters of the Horizon and Sudden Fictions. Her work has been published in Latin America, the United States and Spain.