WOMEN (Libro en papel)


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One of Cosmopolitan UK's Best Erotic Novels of All Time "Brief, sharp, and utterly consuming. . . Like your first love, it lingers long after the final chapter." - Tegan Quin "A contemporary classic of queer women's writing." - Michelle Tea "Her prose has a reckless beauty that feels to me like magic." - Cheryl Strayed "[A] gorgeously composed queer novel that's about so much more than romantic love." -Vogue The cult-classic novella that intimately explores one young writer's whirlwind and whiplash affair as she falls deeply in love with a woman for the first time. Sometimes I wonder what it is I could tell you about her for my job here to be done. I am looking for a shortcut. . . .But that would be asking too much from you. It wasn't you who loved her. A young writer moves from the country to the city and falls in love with another woman for the very first time. From the start, the relationship is doomed; Finn is nineteen years older, wears men's clothes, has a cocky smirk of a smile . . . and a long-term girlfriend. With startling clarity and breathtaking tenderness, Chloé Caldwell writes the story of a love in reverse: of nights spent drunkenly hurling a phone against a brick wall; of early mornings hungover in bed, curled up together; of emails and poems exchanged at breakneck speed. In Women, Caldwell lays bare the fierce obsession of addictive love, and asks the question: what, if anything, can who we love teach us about who we are? In this beautiful, transcendent, bracingly sexy novella, Caldwell tells a lust-love story that will bring you to your knees. Capturing the feverish heartbreak of Sapphic romance, painting a stark picture of an identity in crisis, and illuminating the exploratory possibilities of queer life, Women brands the heart and sears the soul.