The Things We Lost in the Fire

The Things We Lost in the Fire, written by Mariana Enriquez, is an anthology of stories set in modern Argentina.

Darkness is a recurring theme in each of the stories. Utilizing beautiful language, Enriquez depicts Argentina’s history through the lives of her characters. Each character reflects a societal reality that most Argentinians find themselves in–poor, desperate, trapped. Through these characters and their stories, Enriquez illustrates how history can shape a society and how important it is that we are aware of it.

The Things We Lost in the Fire is a vivid and visceral book. Each of the stories reminds us that the ghost of the past will always linger.

Rating: 3.5/4

*Post not sponsored. Opinions all my own.

9 replies to “The Things We Lost in the Fire

  1. Hi there! I just came across this post of yours and your blog in general and I couldn’t help but comment and tell you how much I love this! Keep up the great work, I am going to follow you so I can keep up with all your new posts!


      1. You are so welcome! You have a great blog. And thank you for your kind words! Do you have Twitter or Instagram? I just made accounts and would love to follow you!


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