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Críticas: "A brilliant revelation of a story..."-"Rolling Stone" (Mexico)
"A novel of extraordinary sensitivity...it will move you more than you can imagine."-"El Mundo" (Spain)
"Little by little, without our realizing it, this haunting book leads us to a jarring question: Can it be that first we simply are, and only later we think? Our heroine Karen Nieto responds with a resounding Yes! For whether or not we're aware of it, first and foremost we exist, and then we think." -- Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Academy Award-nominated director of "Babel" and "21 Grams"
"She's stolen my heart. Rebellious, misunderstood, gifted. I can't get her out of my head. An unforgettable tale about the freedom to be different." -Ana Maria Matute, winner of the Cervantes Prize (2010) and author of "Celebration in the Northwest"" ""Gifted Mexican playwright and novelist Sabina Berman's "Me, Who Dove Into the Heart of the World" has won my heart, and will yours. This untamed, disarming wild child who sits on the beach of a Mexican fishing village, shouting at the sea, slowly learns to explore and fully inhabit her intensely felt universe. Karen Nieto, who progresses from inarticulate niece, to tuna boathand, scuba diver, college savant, marine ecologist, business tycoon, world traveler -- and, yes, even total failure -- offers her readers an unforgettable glimpse of the delights, the comedy and the heartbreak each of us ultimately experiences as we dive into the heart of the tenuous, ever-changing world."--Laura Esquivel, author of "Like Water for Chocolate"
"[An] entrancing debut...The unique voice--lyrical and questioning, is powerful enough to carry the story, but the conservation plot line adds an extra boost." --"Publishers Weekly" "Gifted Mexican playwright and novelist Sabina Berman's "Me, Who Dove Into the Heart of the World" has won my heart, and will yours. This untamed, disarming wild child who sits on the beach of a Mexican fishing village, shouting at the sea, slowly learns to explore and fully inhabit her intensely felt universe. Karen Nieto, who progresses from inarticulate niece, to tuna boathand, scuba diver, college savant, marine ecologist, business tycoon, world traveler - and, yes, even total failure - offers her readers an unforgettable glimpse of the delights, the comedy and the heartbreak each of us ultimately experiences as we dive into the heart of the tenuous, ever-changing world." -Laura Esquivel, author of "Like Water for Chocolate" "A brilliant revelation of a story..."-"Rolling Stone" (Mexico)
"A novel of extraordinary sensitivity...it will move you more than you can imagine."-"El Mundo" (Spain)
"Little by little, without our realizing it, this haunting book leads us to a jarring question: Can it be that first we simply are, and only later we think? Our heroine Karen Nieto responds with a resounding Yes! For whether or not we're aware of it, first and foremost we exist, and then we think." -Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Academy Award-nominated director of "Babel" and "21 Grams"
"She's stolen my heart. Rebellious, misunderstood, gifted. I can't get her out of my head. An unforgettable tale about the freedom to be different." -Ana Maria Matute, winner of the Cervantes Prize (2010) and author of "Celebration in the Northwest"
"Berman is one of the most celebrated modern writers in the Spanish language. . . [her] use of the first-person narrative effectively entangles the reader. . . Both humorous and touching, this novel ultimately questions whether words are things in or about the world." "- Library Journal" "[An] entrancing debut...The unique voice--lyrical and questioning, is powerful enough to carry the story, but the conservation plot line adds an extra boost." --"Publishers Weekly" "Gifted Mexican playwright and novelist Sabina Berman's "Me, Who Dove Into the Heart of the World" has won my heart, and will yours. This untamed, disarming wild child who sits on the beach of a Mexican fishing village, shouting at the sea, slowly learns to explore and fully inhabit her intensely felt universe. Karen Nieto, who progresses from inarticulate niece, to tuna boathand, scuba diver, college savant, marine ecologist, business tycoon, world traveler - and, yes, even total failure - offers her readers an unforgettable glimpse of the delights, the comedy and the heartbreak each of us ultimately experiences as we dive into the heart of the tenuous, ever-changing world." -Laura Esquivel, author of "Like Water for Chocolate" "A brilliant revelation of a story..."-"Rolling Stone" (Mexico)
"A novel of extraordinary sensitivity...it will move you more than you can imagine."-"El Mundo" (Spain)
"Little by little, without our realizing it, this haunting book leads us to a jarring question: Can it be that first we simply are, and only later we think? Our heroine Karen Nieto responds with a resounding Yes! For whether or not we're aware of it, first and foremost we exist, and then we think." -Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Academy Award-nominated director of "Babel" and "21 Grams"
"She's stolen my heart. Rebellious, misunderstood, gifted. I can't get her out of my head. An unforgettable tale about the freedom to be different." -Ana Maria Matute, winner of the Cervantes Prize (2010) and author of "Cel

"[A]n assured and satisfying debut.. . Ideas perfume the narrative as thoroughly as wine does stew." - "Kirkus" "Berman is one of the most celebrated modern writers in the Spanish language. . . [her] use of the first-person narrative effectively entangles the reader. . . Both humorous and touching, this novel ultimately questions whether words are things in or about the world." "- Library Journal" "[An] entrancing debut...The unique voice--lyrical and questioning, is powerful enough to carry the story, but the conservation plot line adds an extra boost." --"Publishers Weekly" "Gifted Mexican playwright and novelist Sabina Berman's "Me, Who Dove Into the Heart of the World" has won my heart, and will yours. This untamed, disarming wild child who sits on the beach of a Mexican fishing village, shouting at the sea, slowly learns to explore and fully inhabit her intensely felt universe. Karen Nieto, who progresses from inarticulate niece, to tuna boathand, scuba diver, college savant, marine ecologist, business tycoon, world traveler - and, yes, even total failure - offers her readers an unforgettable glimpse of the delights, the comedy and the heartbreak each of us ultimately experiences as we dive into the heart of the tenuous, ever-changing world." -Laura Esquivel, author of "Like Water for Chocolate" "A brilliant revelation of a story..."-"Rolling Stone" (Mexico)
"A novel of extraordinary sensitivity...it will move you more than you can imagine."-"El Mundo" (Spain)
"Little by little, without our realizing it, this haunting book leads us to a jarring question: Can it be that first we simply are, and only later we think? Our heroine Karen Nieto responds with a resounding Yes! For whether or not we're aware of it, first and foremost we exist, and then we think." -Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Academy Award-nominated director of "Babel" and "21 Grams"
"She's stolen my heart. Rebellious, misunderstood, gifted. I can't get her out of my head. An unforgettable tal

"enthralling. . . . Berman explores big philosophical questions about the ethical relationship between people and animals. But there are no sermons here, just a hymn to the sacred connection among all species."--"O, The Oprah Magazine" "[A]n assured and satisfying debut.. . Ideas perfume the narrative as thoroughly as wine does stew." - "Kirkus" "Berman is one of the most celebrated modern writers in the Spanish language. . . [her] use of the first-person narrative effectively entangles the reader. . . Both humorous and touching, this novel ultimately questions whether words are things in or about the world." "- Library Journal" "[An] entrancing debut...The unique voice--lyrical and questioning, is powerful enough to carry the story, but the conservation plot line adds an extra boost." --"Publishers Weekly" "Gifted Mexican playwright and novelist Sabina Berman's "Me, Who Dove Into the Heart of the World" has won my heart, and will yours. This untamed, disarming wild child who sits on the beach of a Mexican fishing village, shouting at the sea, slowly learns to explore and fully inhabit her intensely felt universe. Karen Nieto, who progresses from inarticulate niece, to tuna boathand, scuba diver, college savant, marine ecologist, business tycoon, world traveler - and, yes, even total failure - offers her readers an unforgettable glimpse of the delights, the comedy and the heartbreak each of us ultimately experiences as we dive into the heart of the tenuous, ever-changing world." -Laura Esquivel, author of "Like Water for Chocolate" "A brilliant revelation of a story..."-"Rolling Stone" (Mexico)
"A novel of extraordinary sensitivity...it will move you more than you can imagine."-"El Mundo" (Spain)
"Little by little, without our realizing it, this haunting book leads us to a jarring question: Can it be that first we simply are, and only later we think? Our heroine Karen Nieto responds with a resounding Yes! For whether or not we're aware of it, first and foremos

"Enthralling. . . . Berman explores big philosophical questions about the ethical relationship between people and animals. But there are no sermons here, just a hymn to the sacred connection among all species."--"O, The Oprah Magazine" "[Berman's] light touch and subtle humor. . . elevates what could be a simple storyline into an engaging tale of compassion for animals, people and self." "- Miami Herald" "[A]n assured and satisfying debut.. . Ideas perfume the narrative as thoroughly as wine does stew." - "Kirkus" "Berman is one of the most celebrated modern writers in the Spanish language. . . [her] use of the first-person narrative effectively entangles the reader. . . Both humorous and touching, this novel ultimately questions whether words are things in or about the world." "- Library Journal" "[An] entrancing debut...The unique voice--lyrical and questioning, is powerful enough to carry the story, but the conservation plot line adds an extra boost." --"Publishers Weekly" "Gifted Mexican playwright and novelist Sabina Berman's "Me, Who Dove Into the Heart of the World" has won my heart, and will yours. This untamed, disarming wild child who sits on the beach of a Mexican fishing village, shouting at the sea, slowly learns to explore and fully inhabit her intensely felt universe. Karen Nieto, who progresses from inarticulate niece, to tuna boathand, scuba diver, college savant, marine ecologist, business tycoon, world traveler - and, yes, even total failure - offers her readers an unforgettable glimpse of the delights, the comedy and the heartbreak each of us ultimately experiences as we dive into the heart of the tenuous, ever-changing world." -Laura Esquivel, author of "Like Water for Chocolate" "A brilliant revelation of a story..."-"Rolling Stone" (Mexico)
"A novel of extraordinary sensitivity...it will move you more than you can imagine."-"El Mundo" (Spain)
"Little by little, without our realizing it, this haunting book leads us to a jarring question:

"A Mexican poet and journalist crafts a revealing debut novel about youth, food, the environment and the human spirit. Tall order." "- The Denver Post" "ME, Who Dove into the Heart of the World is a beautifully written, emotionally affecting debut featuring a protagonist whose "different abilities" include surprising and charming the reader." "- Shelf Awareness"
"Enthralling. . . . Berman explores big philosophical questions about the ethical relationship between people and animals. But there are no sermons here, just a hymn to the sacred connection among all species."--"O, The Oprah Magazine" "Profound ... Sabina Berman provides a sensible and innovative way to look at who and what we are." "- Washington Independent Review of Books" "[Berman's] light touch and subtle humor. . . elevates what could be a simple storyline into an engaging tale of compassion for animals, people and self." "- Miami Herald" "[A]n assured and satisfying debut.. . Ideas perfume the narrative as thoroughly as wine does stew." - "Kirkus" "Berman is one of the most celebrated modern writers in the Spanish language. . . [her] use of the first-person narrative effectively entangles the reader. . . Both humorous and touching, this novel ultimately questions whether words are things in or about the world." "- Library Journal" "[An] entrancing debut...The unique voice--lyrical and questioning, is powerful enough to carry the story, but the conservation plot line adds an extra boost." --"Publishers Weekly" "Gifted Mexican playwright and novelist Sabina Berman's "Me, Who Dove Into the Heart of the World" has won my heart, and will yours. This untamed, disarming wild child who sits on the beach of a Mexican fishing village, shouting at the sea, slowly learns to explore and fully inhabit her intensely felt universe. Karen Nieto, who progresses from inarticulate niece, to tuna boathand, scuba diver, college savant, marine ecologist, business tycoon, world traveler - and, yes, even total failure - of

"To Charm You: In Berman's magical fiction debut, Karen, the autistic heir to a fishery, is encouraged by a kindly aunt to use her savant gifts to save the family business. A gem." "-- Good Housekeeping
""A Mexican poet and journalist crafts a revealing debut novel about youth, food, the environment and the human spirit. Tall order." "- The Denver Post" "ME, Who Dove into the Heart of the World is a beautifully written, emotionally affecting debut featuring a protagonist whose "different abilities" include surprising and charming the reader." "- Shelf Awareness"
"Enthralling. . . . Berman explores big philosophical questions about the ethical relationship between people and animals. But there are no sermons here, just a hymn to the sacred connection among all species."--"O, The Oprah Magazine" "Profound ... Sabina Berman provides a sensible and innovative way to look at who and what we are." "- Washington Independent Review of Books" "[Berman's] light touch and subtle humor. . . elevates what could be a simple storyline into an engaging tale of compassion for animals, people and self." "- Miami Herald" "[A]n assured and satisfying debut.. . Ideas perfume the narrative as thoroughly as wine does stew." - "Kirkus" "Berman is one of the most celebrated modern writers in the Spanish language. . . [her] use of the first-person narrative effectively entangles the reader. . . Both humorous and touching, this novel ultimately questions whether words are things in or about the world." "- Library Journal" "[An] entrancing debut...The unique voice--lyrical and questioning, is powerful enough to carry the story, but the conservation plot line adds an extra boost." --"Publishers Weekly" "Gifted Mexican playwright and novelist Sabina Berman's "Me, Who Dove Into the Heart of the World" has won my heart, and will yours. This untamed, disarming wild child who sits on the beach of a Mexican fishing village, shouting at the sea, slowly learns to explore and fully inhabit her int

"Enthralling...A hymn to the sacred connection among all species."--"O," "The Oprah Magazine
""A gem."--"Good Housekeeping
""[Berman's] light touch and subtle humor...elevate what could be a simple story line into an engaging tale of compassion for animals, people, and self."--"The Miami Herald"

"A brilliant revelation of a story."--"Rolling Stone" (Mexico)
"Profound...Sabina Berman provides a sensible and innovative way to look at who and what we are."--"Washington Independent Review of Books
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