Alfaguara - Aguilar Chilena Ed., 1999 - 335 páginas
Mala onda is a pitiful chornicle of a trip though the excesses of cocaine, sex, marihuana, and alcohol against a backdrop of cynicism, pain and numbness. Martias Vicuna is a member of the elite in the 1980s Chile, who gets sick of the political situation at the same time as he tries to find himself.
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Review: Mala ondaReseña de usuario - Sebastiang - Goodreads
Bildungsroman with the political background, fitting the cocaine snorting rebel kid living with an uptight family after Senior Year trip to Brazil, coming back and finding nothing but nothing-ness. Every liberal teen would like reading this, finished it in two days. Leer reseña completa
Review: Mala ondaReseña de usuario - Adelaide - Goodreads
Meet Chilean Holden Caulfield. This book was a really interesting view of the Pinochet era, especially in contrast with A Nation of Enemies, which I read before. Leer reseña completa