viernes, 8 de enero de 2016

Katarina west Spotlight





Book blurb

Elisa Mancini is a Nobody. Painfully insecure, more at ease with books than with 

people, at twenty-three she’s a university dropout living at her aunt’s, drifting 

from one day to another, and waiting for something big to happen.

Judith Shapiro is a Somebody. Arrogant and eccentric, she’s a superstar of 

mathematics, the subject of scientific articles, and the undisputed ruler of the 

world around her.

In a trillionth of a trillionth of a second, Elisa falls madly in love with Judith Shapiro. 

For sixty-eight days she is the mistress of an internationally acclaimed 

mathematician.

But loving Judith Shapiro is like running a marathon in a war zone. As days pass, 

Elisa’s wild infatuation takes on a suicidal bent, and the world around her starts 

to go to pieces. Just as everything is about to blow up, the moment of truth 

comes.

Absolute Truth, For Beginners is a story about truth, time and love. Or about 

identity, positive nursing, degrees of happiness, Baroque art, scientific theories, 

homosexual lovemaking, arrogant television producers, and becoming who you 

really are.











Katarina West: Author bio

Katarina West is the author of Witchcraft Couture, her debut novel. She was 

born in Helsinki, Finland, into a bilingual family that in addition to humans 

consisted of dogs, cats, horses, guinea pigs, canaries, rabbits and – thanks to her 

biology teacher mother – stuffed owls and squirrels.

She spent time travelling in Africa, Asia and Latin America, and went on to study 

at Queen Mary and Westfield College in London and the European University 

Institute in Florence, where she completed a PhD in political science and 

published a book based on it, Agents of Altruism. During those student years she 

started work as a journalist, and continued writing for various Finnish magazines 

and newspapers for over ten years, writing on various topics from current events 

and humanitarian issues to celebrity interviews and short stories. She also briefly 

worked as a university lecturer on humanitarian issues in Northern Italy.

Katarina lives in an old farmhouse in Chianti with her husband and son and 

when not writing, she is fully immersed in Tuscan country life, from jam-making 

and olive-picking to tractor maintenance.





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