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La Importancia de los Peces Fluorescentes Tapa blanda – 5 mar 2009


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Cándido es un enfermero prejubilado y abrumado por la vida. No era un personaje querido en el hospital. Siempre estaba de mal humor con los compañeros, sólo con sus pacientes se mostraba alegre y cariñoso.

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Nights offer no rest for Luis, Salvador, and Dr. Plancton. Luis is a technician for a hospitals Sleep Clinic, where he covers patients bodies with electrodes. Salvador is a nurse turned insomniac after being forced into an early retirement. Antonio Plancton, the absent and mysterious doctor, is Luis boss. In a novel where wakefulness is the one common thread, characters search for a cure to their illness and also for the answers to their most intimate desires.

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Exquisitely crafted prose 9 de agosto de 2013
Por Carolyn Kost - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Tapa blanda
The style of journalist Solana's acclaimed earlier novels has earned her favorable comparison with The Elegance of the Hedgehog and Amélie. This latest work is perhaps a bit more highbrow, couched as it is in the conceit of a posthumous doctoral thesis. Its writer, Laura, has determined that "imagination hides the same scientific rigor as any other traditional method," and hence, she freely commingles empiricism and "the fiction of life" in examining the interwoven lives of three men associated with a sleep clinic. Nurse Salvador has phenomenal luck, but his forced early retirement from his beloved profession produced insomnia. He alone recognizes the contributions of technician Luis, unknown to the charismatic Director, Dr. Plancton, who overcomes great personal tragedy with the aid of the titular fluorescent fish. While we are sympathetic, it is not the character study that keeps us reading, since none of the three is particularly likeable and we don't especially care about them, but oh, the prose: delightful musings about life, poignant scenes described with journalistic detail and sensibility, passages so exquisitely crafted that we're compelled to read them again. Recommended for bookstores and academic and public libraries where Barbery's books are popular.

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