Burnt Forest

Roberto Brodsky

NOVEL. LITERATURA RANDOM HOUSE, 2008. 226 PAGES

Moisés, a renowned Jewish communist cardiologist is forced to leave his country to start a new life in exile after the military coup in Chile. The man’s story, racked, like those of so many others with injustice and violence, is told in the first person by one of his children who accompanies him on his journey and witnesses his decline.

Burnt Forest is a journey of filial love and an exploration of the loss of identity.

PUBLISHED BY: Spanish LITERATURA MONDADORI

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