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Cristina López Barrio
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Cristina López Barrio

Cristina López Barrio (Madrid, 1970) worked as a lawyer for 13 years. In 2009 her YA novel El hombre que se mareaba con la rotación de la Tierra won the Villa Pozuelo de Alarcón Prize and soon after she decided to become a full-time writer. In 2010, she was honored as the most promising writer by the literary blog Llegir en cas d’incendi after the publication of La casa de los amores imposibles, which has been translated into 15 languages and sold to 22 countries, including the USA, Italy, Germany, Brazil, Sweden and Mexico. Other titles include El reloj del mundo (2012), El cielo en un infierno cabe (2013) and Tierra de brumas (2015).  

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