A stirring tribute to the wounded souls who yearn to make peace with the past, The Wind Traveler offers a new vision of the fragile human connections that sustain a deeply fractured world.
About the Author
Frank Wynne is a literary translator from Ireland, the author of I Was Vermeer, and the translator of Cueto's The Blue Hour.
Jessie Mendez Sayer is a literary translator, editor, and former literary scout. She studied history and Spanish at the University of Edinburgh.
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- About the Author and Translators
What People are Saying About This
"Each book by the Peruvian writer Alonso Cueto is a journey into our own selves…To read Cueto is to walk those paths of one's soul that only writers can shine a light on…The Wind Traveler [is a] prodigious novel."
"One of the major novelists of his generation."
"Alonso Cueto records how literature contributes to the definition of our society. The Wind Traveler is simply extraordinary.
"The Wind Traveler is a must-read for its multitude of nuanced ideas, but above all for the changing atmospheres, a spitting image of real life. A novel that will impact any reader."