Catalonely

Héctor Castells

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Catalonely is the new book by Héctor Castells, a cult author from Barcelona’s literary scene, and his first output since releasing in 2013 Sideral, the enormous biography of his closest friend, the late DJ Aleix Vergés, a central figure in the nightclub scene of the nineties.​

A mix of travel literature, adventure novel and distorted autobiography, Catalonely is a detailed account of the many months living in southeast Asia after a sentimental break up. In a constant time warp intertwining the melancholy of imperfect youth days, the loss of eternal love, the overwhelming decay of the present and a foggy future, the book is a brutal exercise in self exploration from a man lost in life, both in time and space, with a witty style that is honest, courageous and hilarious all at once.

Few books manage to capture in such a delicate, unique manner that particular moment when all your life seems to have gone by, and all that’s left is to keep on going. Nowhere in particular, but always forward.

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Author
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ISBN 978-84-124366-2-4
Edition First
Language English and Spanish
Binding Softcover
Pages 456
Size 120 x180 mm.
Designer Setanta