It would be night in Caracas : a novel / Karina Sainz Borgo ; translated from the Spanish by Elizabeth Bryer
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First edition.
229 pages ; 22 cm
Translated from the Spanish.
"Originally published as La hija de la espanola in Spain in 2019 by Lumen"--Title page verso.
"In Caracas, Venezuela, Adelaida Falcón stands over an open grave. Alone, she buries her mother--the only family she has ever known--and worries that when night falls thieves will rob the grave. Even the dead cannot find peace here. Adelaida had a stable childhood in a prosperous Venezuela that accepted immigrants in search of a better life, where she lived with her single-mother in a humble apartment. But now? Every day she lines up for bread that will inevitably be sold out by the time she reaches the registers. Every night she tapes her windows to shut out the tear gas raining down on protesters. When looters masquerading as revolutionaries take over her apartment, Adelaida must make a series of gruesome choices in order to survive in a country disintegrating into anarchy, where citizens are increasingly pitted against each other. But just how far is she willing to go?" -- publisher's description.
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Bryer, Beth, 1986-
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Hija de la espanola English
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Online version: Sainz Borgo, Karina, 1982- It would be night in Caracas First edition. New York, NY : HarperCollins Publishers, [2019] 9780062936899 (DLC) 2019016767
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