This book is a novel of Indians and cowboys of a lifetime, the kind that were bought at the kiosk , they fit in their pocket and devoured a summer noon under the burning sun of Almeria. And, being all this, it is also a literary and cultural experiment. It's taking those novels from the far west that, let's face it, have not aged well and turning them upside down. This book plays with the clichés to recover all the joy of those adventures of the serial. With this second novel from the Estefanía Project , the editor Néstor Mir and the writer Heme Brazo want to rewrite high literature from the kiosk. That and riding into the setting sun when the adventure is over.
"Suddenly the quiet of the night is broken. Someone bangs on the door as if to knock it down. Alert, Jennifer Wildcow opens her eyes and looks at the time. It's three in the morning. Intuition had already told him that something was not right, but the truth is that, for some time now, nothing is right in Desert Hole . That is why he sleeps -and especially on nights like this-, caressing the revolver that rests under his pillow like a faithful lover. "
43 pages. 10.8 x 15.2 cm.
Relatos del Oeste: Lo que pesa un muerto, de Heme Brazo