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Tue November 3, 2015

The Launch Party for Toni Sala's The Boys

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Two Lines Press announces a major San Francisco event to celebrate the release of Toni Sala’s riveting, tragic novel The Boys. Acclaimed Catalan writer Toni Sala and his celebrated translator Mara Faye Lethem will join us at San Francisco's American Bookbinders Museum for a night of Catalan literature. Two Lines Press’s Editorial Director CJ Evans will moderate the conversation. Called “altogether brilliant” by Kirkus Reviews and judged Sala’s masterpiece, the novel centers around the fallout after the meaningless deaths of two young men in recession-battered small town in the beautiful Catalonian countryside. With philosophical digressions worthy of Javier Marías, Sala ponders everything from love and death to the social networks and Spain’s economic collapse while delivering a riveting, and truly shocking story. This compact, complex book received the 2014 Premis de la Crítica, Catalonia’s most prestigious literary award.

“Toni Sala creates an exercise in style that meditates on our most primal identity.” – Time Out Barcelona

A "tremendous novel” – Publishers Weekly

Help us celebrate this wonderful new book! We'll have tapas from local Catalan restaurant B44 and copious red wine for all comers.
Two Lines Press announces a major San Francisco event to celebrate the release of Toni Sala’s riveting, tragic novel The Boys. Acclaimed Catalan writer Toni Sala and his celebrated translator Mara Faye Lethem will join us at San Francisco's American Bookbinders Museum for a night of Catalan literature. Two Lines Press’s Editorial Director CJ Evans will moderate the conversation. Called “altogether brilliant” by Kirkus Reviews and judged Sala’s masterpiece, the novel centers around the fallout after the meaningless deaths of two young men in recession-battered small town in the beautiful Catalonian countryside. With philosophical digressions worthy of Javier Marías, Sala ponders everything from love and death to the social networks and Spain’s economic collapse while delivering a riveting, and truly shocking story. This compact, complex book received the 2014 Premis de la Crítica, Catalonia’s most prestigious literary award.

“Toni Sala creates an exercise in style that meditates on our most primal identity.” – Time Out Barcelona

A "tremendous novel” – Publishers Weekly

Help us celebrate this wonderful new book! We'll have tapas from local Catalan restaurant B44 and copious red wine for all comers.
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355 Clementina St., San Francisco, CA 94103

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