Hades, Argentina

Readers of Daniel Loedel’s debut will bear witness to human choice and compunction, to love and loss, to the fantasy that helps make sense of what is real.

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Review of ‘Hades, Argentina’

Worlds blend rapidly in Daniel Loedel’s debut, Hades, Argentina. As the novel opens in 1986, Tomás Orilla, living as Thomas Shore in New York City, has “spent eight years officially disappeared.” But his world begins to crack open when he is called back to Argentina for the first time since 1976, the year of his…

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