Mala onda has ratings and 82 reviews. Carlos said: Libro simple (quizás demasiado) y rápido de leer. Vidas de gente acomodada en lugares. Encerrado en su universo de datos sísmicos, libros científicos y catástrofes naturales, se protege .. I read The Movies of My Life by Alberto Fuguet yesterday. Empieza a leer los mejores libros y ebooks en megustaleer.

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Me gustan los hombres en todos los aspectos: January Learn how and when to remove this template message. Bildungsroman with the political background, fitting the cocaine snorting rebel kid living with an uptight family after Senior Year trip to Brazil, coming back and finding nothing but nothing-ness. Jul 11, Ritna Baeza rated it liked it. Demasiado simple, nada nuevo, pero tampoco es un desastre y el lenguaje no es el mejor. Tengo ganas de leer alguno. As well as being the first book I read by Fuguet, the back flap of the cover was the first reference to McOndo that I have ever heard.

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Oct 01, Laura rated it liked it Shelves: And connecting the story to movies seen by this kid – felt right to me. Oct 06, Adelaide added it Shelves: The Movies of My Life started off with some intrigue as you get to know the main character and begin to wonder how he got so intense, lonely, and estranged from his family. Trivia About Mala onda. The beginning works very well, being a series of emails between the narrator and someone he met on a plane about why fugyet decided to simply abandon his career and sit in a Los Angeles hotel room writing this, and the structure is intriguing, but beauty is only skin-deep.

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Ahora era capaz de comparar; todo se me multiplicaba por dos.

Lists with This Book. Mala Onda de Alberto Fuguet: But the intrigue is quickly dissipates, and the story loss any mom I stumbled across The Movies of My Life on the way out of the fiction section of my library. ,ibros lo sabe y por eso piensa que en general sus personajes son guapos. Me parece realista, verdadero, cotidiano.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I hated this book in the beginning, but it started to turn around by the second half. The execution of the story is what lets this down in my opinion. Tres y medio, de nuevo. alberfo

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Although the book is largely tedious, there is some sage advice and witty dialogue peppered in that I enjoyed. SantiagoChile Rio de JaneiroBrazil. Books by Alberto Fuguet. Nov 16, Jennifer rated it liked it.

Jan 13, Alejandra rated it did not like it. Mala ondawhich narrates a week in the life of a Santiago teenager inhas received wide acclaim. To ask other readers questions about Mala ondaplease sign up. The innovative structure of this novel gives us a narrator who is an avid movie-goer and tells us of the films he saw during his formative years and how they related to what was going on in his life at that time. Want to Read saving…. Vidas de gente acomodada en lugares acomodados con la posibilidad de dominarlo todo si se quiere.

Ingresa a tu Cuenta. Every liberal teen would like reading this, finished it in two days.

Mala onda by Alberto Fuguet

They migrate back and forth between fuuguet two countries based on the political situation in Chile. I despise this kind of trickery in books, feeling as if it’s a marketing technique but clearly Fuguet needed some kind of trick as I am still wondering why he would feel someone would be interested in his story.


Dec 13, Paola Frias rated it it was ok. But the intrigue is quickly dissipates, and the story loss any momentum it once had. El libro era de mi hermano y yo se lo sacaba a escondidas, jajaja.


What I found was a work that agrees wholeheartedly with the uniqueness of Latin American and Chilean culture but is speaking from a different generation. Not bad, libgos not great. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

For starters I had a hard time dealing with the absurd amount of typos in the Spanish edition. I’m quite interested in Chile, Latin American in general, immigrants, refugees and exiles. I do, however, appreciate how everything came together at the end. I get the sense lihros many of the events described come straight from Fuguet’s own experiences, but at this point I don’t know enough about the author to be sure.

And it’s also how I happened to know something about Chile’s earthquake history when the latest one hit over fuvuet weekend. No importa que sea como contexto, porque obvio, es el contexto Tinta roja has been made into a film. I’ve only read a few novels in Spanish, and I’d have to say that I enjoyed this one the most.

Me enreda, me complica, me obliga a responder.