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The Untameable

The Untameable

Goodfellas meets White Fang. A gripping coming of age thriller of vengeance and destiny set between Mexico City’s murderous 1960s underworld and the bleak tundras of Canada’s most remote province. By the BAFTA-winning screenwriter of Amores Perros.

Yukon, Canada’s far north. A young man tracks a wolf through the wilderness.
The one his grandfather warned him about:
“Of all the wolves you will see in your life, one alone will be your master.”

In Mexico City, Juan Guillermo has pledged vengeance.
For his murdered brother, Carlos.
For his parents, sentenced to death by their grief.

But in 1960s Mexico justice is sold to the highest bidder,
and the Catholic fanatics who killed Carlos are allied to Zunita,
a corrupt and influential police commander.

If he is to quench his thirst for revenge
Juan Guillermo will have to answer his inner call of the wild
and discover what links his destiny to a hunter on the other side of America.

An epic novel of revenge and retribution, in which the story of a teenage boy seeking vengeance for the murder of his brother by a sinister cabal is interwoven with that of an Inuit wolf hunter and his prey, The Untameable is a story of pure adventure, unfolding in the fragmented, non-linear fashion that Arriaga is famous for, and set against a backdrop of repression, police brutality and Church intrigue.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

On Sale: 9th July 2020

Price: £20

ISBN-13: 9780857058218

Reviews

One of the most powerful, intense and original contemporary authors writing in Spanish.
Exprés.
Sublime Arriaga. The Untameable consecrates its author as the best contemporary Mexican writer and as an indisputable figure among the writers in the world.
Gabri Ródenas, Zenda.
An absolutely unique author. A pounding novel.
Guadalupe Nettel
The Untameable is one of the best books I have read.
Santiago Gamboa
The Untameable is showing us once again the mastery of Arriaga as a weaver of parallel stories that converge in the end. It's his personal imprint.
Álvaro Soto, El Correo