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Traveller of the Century [Paperback]

Andrés Neuman , Nick Caistor , Lorenza Garcia
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A big, utterly captivating murder mystery and love story, full of history and politics and the hottest sex in contemporary fiction --Telegraph

I was swept up immediately, not just by a story that spans numerous genres - is it epistolary, historical, or a murder mystery? - but by Neuman s ability to populate the town with an array of truly alive characters that I never wanted to leave. --Justin Alvarez, Paris Review

--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.


A beautiful, accomplished novel: as ambitious as it is generous, as moving as it is smart --Juan Gabriel Vásquez, Guardian

A work of true beauty and scintillating intelligence by a writer of prodigious talents … books as stimulating, erudite and humane as this do not come along very often --Richard Gwyn, Independent

The literature of the twenty-first century will belong to Neuman and a few other blood brothers of his --Roberto Bolaño

An exceptional, fun, mature novel from a writer wise beyond his years --Guardian online

About the Author

Andrés Neuman (b.1977) was born in Buenos Aires and later moved to Granada, Spain. Selected as one of Granta magazine's Best Young Spanish-Language Novelists, Neuman was included in the Hay Festival's Bogotá 39 list. He has published numerous novels, short stories, essays and poetry collections. He received the Hiperión Prize for Poetry for El tobogán, and Traveller of the Century won the Alfaguara Prize and the National Critics Prize in 2009.
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