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“Confronting an impassive world, Guillermo Rosales has left us this painful, violent, and lyrical testament.” — Le Figaro
“It seems almost impossible to find so much cruelty in barely one hundred pages; but it’s just that behind these terrible and moving one hundred pages there are thousands of pages, millions of sentences, that reveal an entirely destroyed universe. Indispensable.” — Revista Leer
“The real brilliance is…its portrait of a man...reduced to the very cruelty he had tried to avoid.” — Jascha Hoffman (The National)
“This book is a shot of light through the darkness of human misery.” — Jeff Waxman (Three Percent)
“The characters in the halfway house are tragically beautiful and unforgettable.” — Susan Salter Reynolds (Los Angeles Times)
“Perfect for the pool and beyond.” — Joy Tipping (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
“A masterful kick-in-the-teeth…savagely beautiful.” — Bill Marx (The World, Public Radio International)
“Hope inevitably implodes into disappointment, and love…curdles with the possibility of destruction.” — Abigail Deutsch (The Literary Review)
“We are fortunate to have this award-winning book finally available to English-speaking readers. Very powerful and gripping.” — Bessy Reyna (Multicultural Review)
“With , Rosales joins the pantheon of the very best Cuban writers, José Lezama Lima, Pinera, and Reinald Arenas.” — Thomas McGonigle (Review of Contemporary Fiction)
Anna Kushner was born in Philadelphia and first traveled to Cuba in 1999. Beside her “commanding translation” (Words Without Borders) of The Halfway House (ND, 2009), her writing and translations have appeared in numerous other print and web publications.