PDF KINDLE [Los cuerpos del verano] Por Martín Felipe Castagnet

A dark futuristic book Why is this book different from others of its genre The main reason is that Castagnet creates a world which he does from others of its genre The main reason is that Castagnet creates a world which he does seem to judge therefore leaving it to you to decide if this is a utopia or dystopia or maybe neither "of them He limits himself to exploring showing the place to the reader in the tone of an "them He limits himself to exploring showing the place to the reader in the tone of an remarkably logical guide as he also develops the stories that intertwine around Ramiro it s main character You now a good world has been created when you after finishing it are left thinking that Ramiro s is only one of many great storylines that this death conuering not at all implausible scenario could produce Fine Interesting thoughts on body and soul dynamics but focuses on family relations Could be to this excited to see what else the author does this was amazing and I can t wait to lend it to all my friends after I read it a second time Read this in an afternoon and enjoyed it immensely short and concise mostly funny take on what we may become and what we are now Bizarre but well plotted and comprehensible than expected A haunting first novel from an Argentine writer editor man Pitched rather like an episode of Charlie Brooker s incredible Black Mirror series perhaps unknown to Argentines the plot considers the rituals in a world where the dead exist forever on the internet and where new bodies can be purchased at the end of one s natural life allowing a form of immortality in the physical world pending one s means to splash out on prime flesh The protagonist of this short novel finds himself inhabiting the folds of an overweight middle aged woman and coping with the complexity of his ever expanding family and the multiple generations of net dead and new bodied souls with whom he must interact A mind bending dystopian fantasy not always as satisfying as its premise but a weird and worrying what if Ramiro has been dead for some time He eventually uploads himself into a new body that of a middle aged woman in the interest of confronting an old friend He sees his son now senile on his deathbed He bonds with his fully grown grandchildren He looks into the lives of his ex wife s second family He follows a man who uploaded himself back into his own body He swelters in the heat Throughout the book that sense of oppression looms Strange for a book so light to feel so crushing and heavy That in itself is uite an accomplishment J David OsborneThis book was reviewed in the May 2017 issue of World Literature Today magazine Read the full review by visiting our website My review at Strange Horizons Find reviews and Post Over At My Blog ConsumingcyberpunkcomTechnology Isn T Rational With over at my blog consumingcyberpunkcomTechnology isn t rational with it s a runaway horse foaming at the mouth ready to throw itself off a cliff in desperation Our problem is that culture s tied to that horseOne of if not the biggest differences between first wave cyberpunk and post cyberpunk literature is how writers typically handle embodiment You can generally tell where the work falls on the spectrum just from that issue What is different and exciting about Bodies of Summer then is that the lens in which we look at this topic is through Martin Felipe Castagnet an Argentinian authorIt s good to have a body again even if it s the body of a fat woman that no one else wantedThe difference is noticeable and immediate and exciting With an opening like that I was interested to see what a text with a cultural divide would yi. Los cuerpos del verano pertence a esa familia de grandes obras de ficción imaginativa Auellas ue consrtuyen un invento dentro de otro invento desde las mil ocurrencias de Julio Verne hasta la sound machine de Roald Dahl o el Baby HP de Arreola pasando por los delirantes objetos de El juguete rab. ,


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Eld out of a relatively new Written in "2012 translated and published in english just one " translated and published in English just one ago work of fiction Thankfully this is a story that is unlike something I ve read and left me some uestions I m still thinking aboutDeath still exists what has disappeared is the certainty that everything will eventually end sooner or later There s time to shave your head time to let the gray hairs grow time to get pregnant to torture to be the world champion and to rewrite the encyclopedia With patience a single person could build the pyramids with perseverance another single person could nock them down I guess destruction is another form of loveTypically stories in the genre tend to focus on a mind body Cartesian dualism In this book though there is not really much importance placed upon any given individual s desire to be in a body or not either way it s culturally considered acceptable There s a large expansive network of dead people in something called flotation Some choose to be reincarnated and come back sure but never to their same bodies To do that would be considered something akin to heresy and folks who die and return to their same bodies are shirked by most everyone They aren t zombies but their bodies don t work great because of this choice apparently making the choice to return to your own dead flesh something akin to the discrimination against those who suffer from mental health issues today You apparently need a new body made for you especially if you want it to work right It is a natural thing to change bodies for many reasons including people born into the wrong body Butit is also expensiveOf course given that the approval process is costly the debate is linked to the middle and upper classes As a general rule the greater the annual income the less respect for a body Millionaires setting fire to themselves bonzo style just to eep anyone from reusing their bodies seem to have created a tradition as esteemed as caviarRama is one such person who decides to come into life again and since his family is not so well off they can only afford an overweight woman in relatively poor health The interesting thing about Rama s story is that eventually he actually gets put into multiple bodies Each one alters the narrative a little bit too smells tastes sounds etc are all described differently and are perceptible changes noticeable to Rama as we read the narrative via a first person lens It was a welcome and subtle way to show Rama s changes in regards to embodiment issues the book talks about freuently From disliking the body to caring for it Showing a ind of detachment in which he ingratiates himself to the woman who died and allowed him access to her flesh in his own mind after moving on from that body There is a nice cyclical nature to it I enjoyedI take his hand but it s not the hand I held when he was the size of guinea pig recently issued from his "mother s womb This body isn t right Only my original body faulty "s womb This body isn t right Only my original body faulty and all would allow me to properly say goodbye with the right face and the right voice and the right look in my eyesThe story has a buried mystery that is hinted at multiple times but then goes on to a ind of slice of life look at daily activities Very much depicted and described as an everyman the world is brushed with an altruistic stroke despite life s setbacks which then swings heavy into distressing thoughts and actions Rama wants to take A dichotomy that. IosoPero hay más la tentación utópica o mejor dicho antiutópica de concebir sociedades o universos Auí se trata de un mundo donde los muertos tiene la opción de regresa a un cuerpo donde internet es la nostalgia de unos abuelos adictos a ella y donde hay nodos en ue los muertos se encuentra.
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