"The Cannibal’s Daughter" is a surprising book due to its style and depth of narrative. The book is an introspective view of the world, an exploration of one's self identity as related to person, relationships with partners and parents. These plots are cleverly intertwined in a story in which the main character, Lucia, tries to solve the abduction of her husband Ramon.
The style is clear and concise, the plot unfolds quickly and keeps the reader guessing and in interest. However, the real value of the narrative centers on the apparent subplots, in which Lucia explores her womanhood, her relationships with others and the meaning of one's self-identity.
Ouvrage traduit avec le soutien du Programme Culture 2000 de l'Union europ?énne