The King is Always Above the People: Stories by Daniel Alarcón

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Title: The King is Always Above the People: Stories
Author: Daniel Alarcón
Category: Short
Date: 10/31/2017
Lenguage: English
Publisher: unknown
Pages: unknown
ISBN10: 9781594631726

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A slyly political assortment of tales about immigration, damaged desires, Los Angeles gang members, Latin American households, and different tales of excessive stakes journeys, from the award-winning writer of War by Candlelight and At Night We Walk in Circles. Migration. Betrayal. Family secrets and techniques. Doomed love. Uncertain futures. In Daniel Alarcon’s arms, these are remodeled into deeply human tales with excessive stakes. In -The Thousands, – individuals are on the transfer and forging new paths; hope and heartbreak abound. A person offers with the fallout of his blind kin’ mysterious deaths and his father’s psychological breakdown and incarceration in -The Bridge.- A gang member discovers a solution to forgiveness and redemption by the haze of violence and trauma in -The Ballad of Rocky Rontal.- And in the tour de drive novella, -The Auroras-, a person severs himself from his outdated life and seeks to make a brand new one in a brand new metropolis, solely to seek out himself seduced and managed by a robust lady. Richly drawn, stuffed with unforgettable characters, The King is Always Above the People reveals experiences each unsettling and unknown, and but eerily acquainted on this new world.

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