(The Woman at the Threshold). This is a touching novel that portrays with coarseness as well as with eroticism and sense of humour, the clash of two incompatible worlds. Diego and Sebastián are two middle–class lads who lead a mild and lonely existence in Bogotá during the sixties. Ghosts of imagination and hormonal havoc seldom disturb their lifes. Rosa Tulia, a gorgeous and mysterious woman, bursts into the lads’ everyday life, and
becomes both an object of worship and the source of forbidden erotic fancies. But Rosa Tulia has a violent and humiliating past that the boys cannot understand and that will keep unravelling throughout the pages in wild counter point until it reaches a disturbing and unexpected climax.

  • Book Details

  • Number Of Pages:   326
  • Foreign Rights:
    SPAIN- Alfaguara, 2006
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  • Editorial:   Alfaguara

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