Description - No Word from Gurb by Eduardo Mendoza
A shape-shifting extraterrestrial named Gurb has disappeared in Barcelona, having assumed the form of Madonna, whose image he glimpses on a street poster. His partner, desperate to get him back, goes about trying to find him in a more discreet guise, scrupulously writing his observations in a diary ...No stone is left unturned, no danger too much, in the search for his old pal Gurb in the topsy-turvy world of planet Earth. "No Word From Gurb" is a riotous satire highlighting the contradictions of Western society in a lively, intelligent and sweetly ironic way.
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(200mm x 130mm x 12mm)
Publisher: Telegram Books
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Author Biography - Eduardo Mendoza
Eduardo Mendoza is a celebrated Spanish novelist. He won the Premio Planeta prize in 2010 for his novel Rina de gatos: Madrid, 1936. His other novels include The City of Marvels, The Year of the Flood and The Mystery of the Enchanted Crypt. He lives in Barcelona, Spain. About the translator: Nick Caistor's translations include The Buenos Aires Quintet by Manuel Vazquez Montalban and works by Eduardo Mendoza, Juan Marse, Alan Pauls and Guillermo Orsi.