- Publisher: Eduvim
- Available in: Paperback and Kindle
- ISBN: 978-987-1868-34-6
(Soy in the Shoulders)
Andy returns to town after nineteen years of traveling the continent selling handicrafts. Accompanying a long agony and the death of her father and then the mourning of her mother, she will start to write a diary without noticing how the traditional collective mechanisms of the place intervene in her life more than they had during their first stay.
Adrián Savino builds in Soja en las banquinas a state of emotional situation with delicacy, with the rudimentary tools that presupposes -geographically and socially- a town of the Argentinean interior dedicated to agriculture, but also with the internal climates that moderate the actions of those who live uncomfortable in the region, where the vital and the mechanical collide and conciliate to the point of fatigue.