Me, Who Dove into the Heart of the World Reviews
"[An] entrancing debut...The unique voice - lyrical and questioning, is powerful enough to carry the story, but the conservation plot line adds an extra boost." - Publishers Weekly
"Berman is one of the most celebrated modern writers in the Spanish language... [her] use of the first-person narrative effectively entangles the reader.... Both humorous and touching, this novel ultimately questions whether words are things in or about the world." Library Journal
"A brilliant revelation of a story..." Rolling Stone (Mexico)
"A novel of extraordinary sensitivity...it will move you more than you can imagine." El Mundo (Spain)
"Gifted Mexican playwright and novelist Sabina Berman's Me, Who Dove Into the Heart of the World has won my heart, and will yours....Karen Nieto, who progresses from inarticulate niece, to tuna boathand, scuba diver, college savant, marine ecologist, business tycoon, world traveler and, yes, even total failure offers her readers an unforgettable glimpse of the delights, the comedy and the heartbreak each of us ultimately experiences as we dive into the heart of the tenuous, ever-changing world." Laura Esquivel, author of Like Water for Chocolate
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