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The Sound of Things Falling by Juan Gabriel Vásquez
The Sound of Things Falling is the story of a law professor named Antonio Yammara, who narrates the novel. Scenes switch between the 1990s Bogotá, where everything is falling apart as the result of the drug wars, and the past where the drug trade seem interwoven into everyone’s lives.
Juan Gabriel Vásquez
Juan Gabriel Vásquez (born in Bogotá on January 1, 1973) is a Colombian writer, journalist and translator. Regarded as one of the most important Latin American novelists working today, he is the author of seven novels, two volumes of stories and two books of literary essays, as well as hundreds of pages of political commentary. His novel The Sound of Things Falling, published in Spanish in 2011, won the Alfaguara Novel Prize and the 2014 International Dublin Literary Award, among other prizes. In 2012, after sixteen years in Paris, the Belgian Ardennes and Barcelona, Vásquez moved back to Bogotá. His novels are currently published in 28 languages.
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Book Cover Type||Paperback|
|Author||Juan Gabriel Vásquez|
|Persian Title||کتاب صدای افتادن اشیا اثر خوآن گابریل واسکس|