Day In, Day Out

Héctor Aguilar Camín

NOVEL. LITERATURA RANDOM HOUSE, 2016. 136 PAGES.

Does hearing but not repeating a confession to a crime of passion make one an accomplice to it? Is it possible to escape the burden of the past? Are we the protagonists of our fate or just bit part players?
These and other questions are asked in this iconic novel of extreme choices. Serrano, Felo, Pato and Liliana enter into a pact of silence, betrayal and obsession during a period when the death of someone they know sets a new story in motion. A moral-free fable about the depths of tragic love, ambition and delirium, Toda la vida (Day In, Day Out) is also a nostalgic journey through the lost territories of Bohemian life in Mexico City, a literary exploration of how novels are written and the rotten relationship between the police and politics in Mexico under the old regime.

After the success of Adiós a los padres (Farewell to Our Fathers), the celebrated autobiographical novel by Héctor Aguilar Camín, Toda la vida (Day In, Day Out) marks a return to fiction in its purest state with a disturbing story of love, jealousy and power that will leave no reader unmoved.

PUBLISHED BY: Spanish worldwide LITERATURA RANDOM HOUSE | English in USA & Canada SCHAFFNER PRESS | Italian worldwide PONTE ALLE GRAZIE

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