Loosing is What Matters
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When his marriage and carrer fall apart, a young lawyer sets out a desperate mission to recapture the promise of his youth. His attempt leaves him standed between a past he no longer recognizes and a life that's no longer his, and he soon begins to suspect that the surest path to happiness lies in simply giving up. Losing is What Matters is a moving, tragicomic novel about defeat, memory, and the seductive prospect of losing it all.
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- United States (Dalkey Archive Press)
Manuel Pérez Subirana (Barcelona, 1971). Losing Is what Matters is his literary debout enthusiastically received by critics in Spain. He is also the author of the novel Egipto, runner-up for the prestigious Herralde Prize in 2005.