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A computer found in the street during the Semana Grande de Bilbao has on its hard-drive some explosive contents: the frenzied narrative of Juan Carlos Satrústegi’s descent to hell. Satrústegi is a failed, unemployed poet who spirals out of control in a whirlwind involving drugs, booze, sex, Basque policemen, beatings and superheroes, culminating in a grand literary gala at the Ercilla Hotel. Always on the brink of madness and paroxysm, Satrústegi’s mind, in the course of his wild reasoning, swings unashamedly from Hannibal Lecter to Pinocchio and from clowns to the monster from the film Alien.
The hilarious novel by the director of The Oxford Murders.