Kira wakes up mid-morning amidst the freshness
of her silky sheets. The light is dim; the blinded
windows recreate the atmosphere of a sunset.
As soon as she opens her eyes, she feels the weight
of the newly thick lashes provided by the last
follicular fertilization. She likes dense lashes with
a slight bluish hue accentuating her honey-colored
gaze. She allows herself to be trapped by the vestiges
of sleep until the feeling of something pending forces
her to wake up. "The game..." she says out loud.
“Oh, and let Mel know." The phrases get instantly
recorded in her personal journal.
2016: Best Literary Works Award by National Book and Reading Council; Best Unpublished Novel Award by National Council of Culture and the Arts (Chile)
A Love of Clones ventures through an ingenious action plot in a possible and near future: the world of clones. Kira and Mel, identical copies of a movie diva, face the challenge of differentiating themselves in order to achieve the desired otherness. The path of each one, although opposite, only makes evident the bond from which it is impossible to escape.
It corresponds to an entertaining and agile narrative belonging to the techno-thriller that maintains a credible text at all times, with internal consistency, which admits different readings and will provoke more than one reflection in the readers.