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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Chile has major earthquakes about every five years including the Valdivia quake in that was the most powerful in recorded history a 9.

Las Películas de Mi Vida

Pero ya no me importa convencer a nadie. It wasn’t really heading anywhere, and I grew impatient with kibros meandering. Por eso me hice escritor y luego cineasta. The beginning works very well, being a series of emails between the narrator and someone he met on a plane about why he’s 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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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Apr 13, Nataly Huerta diaz rated it did not like it. That would have been a librox more Kind of an interesting premise, especially if you happen to love movies–of which I’m guilty.

Dentro de todo, una lectura entretenida y recomendable. Nov 19, El Zuco rated it liked it. Perhaps the memories are partly real which explains the insignificance.


All and all this was quite readable and short chapters prevented from getting bored.

Obviously I had too big expectations – very often that tends to spoil a book. A re-write of a review I wrote a few years ago.

Las Películas de Mi Vida by Alberto Fuguet

So I wasn’t too crazy about this one. I stumbled across The Movies of My Life on the way out of the fiction section of my library.

Fuguet lo sabe y por eso piensa que en general sus personajes son guapos. They seemed more of a throw away device rather than something integral to progressing narrative. Paperbackpages. Please help by adding reliable sources.

I still have on my sofa table the book ” movies you must see before you die”.

About half of those are still unseen: Retrieved from ” https: To ask other readers questions about Mala ondaplease sign up. 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.

I do, however, appreciate how everything came together at the end. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Jan 09, Lubros rated it it was ok.

Alberto Fuguet, el otro, el mismo.

El libro era de mi hermano y yo se lo sacaba a escondidas, jajaja. Perhaps a he caused a terrible accident and has been guilt stricken ever since.

A more realistic title would fuhuet the “years of my life” and his s Alberto Fuguet goes out of his way to alienate his reader, which made me wonder why he thought a reader would care enough to read his memoir. Interesting take on growing up in the USA as the child of immigrants and then living the life of an immigrant in the parent’s homeland later in life.


This is an exhorbing portrait of a Chilean adult looking back at his life and past passions.

Published October 14th by Rayo first published October 1st It just feels fake in most of the cases. Trivia About Mala onda. Lists with This Book. And quakes in and that each killed more than 25, people.

January Learn how and when to remove this template message. Pero tampoco es la primera vez que el tema aparece: Jogged many memories for me although many were not my type of movie: Supongo que fue mi primer acto de clandestinidad. Pero en todo caso la lectura fue muy disfrutable. Albrrto you scratch beneath the surface, you find another Oprah’s Book Club candidate ripe for the plucking, a dysfunctional family fufuet no qualities to make it stand out from the rest of the dysfunctional family pack so popular in today’s publishing world.

This book was a really interesting view of the Pinochet era, especially in contrast with A Nation of Enemieswhich I read before.