Martín CASARIEGO

Algunas chicas son como todas

Plot, 1992 / Espasa Calpe, 2000 | Some girls are like all the others

Press

«Some girls are like all the rest is the natural continuation of What can I tell you. Martín Casariego has evolved from pure humor to the bitter British comedy of Amis or Ishiguro.» Félix Romeo, Diario 16

Synopsis

(Some girls are like all the others) The meeting with Alfi and the reunion with Raquel, the girl who was his girlfriend three years earlier, will mark the nine months in Pablo’s life which this novel spans, and in reality, the rest of it too. Nine months which become a dramatic and at times humorous journey through love, madness, learning, romanticism, failure and perhaps even treason. But above all it’s the story of a friendship. An ambiguous and piercing friendship, like all true stories, possibly with no beginning nor end, just like this novel, which, not for the sake of a whim, has had its first and last pages torn out.