Editorial: Seix Barral
Synopsis: Antonia is twenty six years old when she finds herself with a four year old child in the changing Madrid of the eighties. Hers is the story of an inward journey, of a woman who faces youth and maternity while she tries to make a place for herself in the world, in a city and in an accelerated time-period, more favourable to confusion than to certainty, especially for someone who has had an experience of loss and solitude ahead of time.
“The whole text of Lo que me queda por vivir, is an incantation, a need to recount it all. In her new novel, Elvira Lindo has spilt her heart, enormous emotion and feeling, and a high fled literary knowledge.” Lluís Satorras, Babelia. El País