Inés plana

Inés plana

Inés plana 2021

inés plana nos presenta su segunda novela

Nos complace tener hoy en nuestro blog a Inés Plana (Barbastro, 1959), escritora revelación de 2018, de rotundo éxito en ventas con su primera novela, Morir no es lo que más duele, y que acaba de publicar la segunda Antes de que mueran los que no aman, ambas de la mano de la editorial Espasa.
«Fue un golpe de hacha que parecía haber caído del cielo a traición, para clavarse en la tierra y provocar un abismo entre las personas y sus esperanzas. A un lado estaban las personas y las hipotecas que ya no podían pagar, los empleos que dejaron de existir, las empresas en quiebra, la tristeza, la perplejidad. Al otro lado del abismo insalvable: las casas bonitas, los coches nuevos, las vacaciones en el trópico, la seguridad de la nómina, los viajes de fin de semana y muchos otros sueños hechos realidad. No se trataba de construir un puente para volver a esos mundos perdidos. Al contrario, se pretendía dinamitar todos aquellos que aún permanecían incólumes.
Noticias de literatura: Periodista de carrera y escritor de culto en el género negro con tu primera novela. ¿Cómo fue el proceso? ¿Qué te llevó un día a decir «voy a escribir una novela, y va a ser una novela negra»?

inés plana presents ‘dying is not what hurts the most’.

10 Inés Plana was born in Barbastro (Huesca). She has a degree in Information Sciences from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and from the beginning she developed her professional career in Madrid. She has worked in various print media and, in the publishing field, has created and coordinated various collections of titles related to the dissemination of history and art. She is currently the director of the magazine Vivir Bien, in the Community of Madrid. Author’s biography
Inés Plana was born in Barbastro (Huesca). She has a degree in Information Sciences from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and from the beginning she developed her professional career in Madrid. She has worked in various print media and, in the publishing field, has created and coordinated various collections of titles related to the dissemination of history and art. She is currently the director of the magazine Vivir Bien, in the Community of Madrid.
A THRILLER FOR THOSE WHO THOUGHT THEY HAD READ EVERYTHINGA man is found hanged in a pine forest on the outskirts of Madrid, with his eyes gouged out. In one of his pockets there is a mysterious cloth, a

dying is not what hurts the most | inés plana

Nobody stops eating because the police break down the door of a brothel and the silhouettes of a bunch of minors appear with the future dead before arriving. Nobody wants their soup to get cold. The backbone of this long and vigorous novel that makes a millimetric tour on reality and its rotten breath is articulated on that subway life that dwells under the whiteness of an apparently docile woman. There is no contemporary wound that Inés Plana does not explore in ‘Antes mueren los que no aman’.
That coincidences play along once is an achievement. That coincidences play along a second time is a miracle. A miracle like the one Inés Plana (Barbastro, Huesca) has made in her new novel, Antes mueren los que no aman. And that is none other than to manage coincidences with the firmness with which a bird manages its movements when it already knows it will fall into the trap set by a high voltage network. Plana builds a glass house that plays with our memory and offers flashbacks that lead directly to the pages of his first novel without the need to reconstruct scenes or characters. Antes mueren los que no aman hides images of the past that, however, do not detract from the freshness and poise of the present she narrates. And it also has a hidden but cyclical beauty that reappears in each chapter to mitigate the harshness of both stories.

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