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"Bizarro y raro, el relato distópico/tecnológico llevado al extremo. Los relatos con los que abre y cierra el libro son de explotar cabezas. Habrá que seguirle la pista a este hombre."
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Elísabet Benavent
“Nadie ha nacido para nada. No hay un plan enorme que nos comprenda a todos y a nuestros actos. La vida es vida y ya está, sin destinos, azar o designación divina. Venimos a vivir y a intentar ser felices. Cómo lo seas es cosa tuya.”
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“Ella quería estar sana, quería sentirse bien consigo misma pero... no quería estar delgada. Era algo que las chicas flacas no entendían. ¿Cómo iba alguien a no querer estar como ellas? Pues porque ella se conocía... y no quería. Ella quería ser feliz.”
Elísabet Benavent, Martina con vistas al mar