We have Aless Lequio’s book: this is how his shrews are, which are called Cúpula, Muria, Sophia and Estendor

It officially comes out this Wednesday but in Informalia We have already got hold of a copy so that you, dear readers, may be the first to know what it is about. We talk about the book that began Aless Lequio and finished Ana Obregon from your son’s texts. The boy with the shrews Aless started it when he was diagnosed with cancer. Aless’s words convey emotion and show skin-deep sensitivity.

According to her co-author, the book is one of the three wishes that her son had asked to be fulfilled. Remember that the other two are the Aless Lequio Foundation (created in February of this year) and, according to the actress, the birth of Ana Lequio Obregón.

The publisher told us that it is “a sincere, acid, ironic, vibrant story, with a unique sense of humor, that he could not finish, and that reveals to us the talent, charisma, and personality of a young man who, without doubt, I would have succeeded as a writer”. The full benefits of its sale go to the Foundation, an admirable gesture that honors the presenter, in that there are no critical voices.

success is assured If we look at the pre-sale figures: The boy with the shrews It occupies number one on Amazon and a second edition has been launched, as Ana Obregón was in charge of commenting: “A million thanks to everyone for buying it. And for your solidarity.”

The publication to which we have had access consists of 312 pages, of which 72 are written by Aless lequio And Ana Obregón assured that she has respected what her son wrote without leaving a single comma.

This Tuesday, the actress proudly announced the long-awaited and imminent release: “Tomorrow, one of your wishes will come true. Everyone will be able to verify your talent as a writer and your life lesson against cancer,” he says. The presenter points out that the book has been written “with red tears at the loss of the love of my life, but I think it’s a hurricane of feelings that I think it’s going to inspire you.” It does inspire us. And it evokes the Aless we met, an absolutely extraordinary young man.

Although it goes on sale this April 19, the publisher advances that “the book will be presented to the media soon” and it has been commented that Ana “is going to make a massive presentation.”

Aless’s shrews have names

Aless’s shrews have names and thanks to his words we know what they are like, because he describes them wonderfully. He named them Dome, Muria, Sophia and Estendor.

His favorite is the first. She is defined by the deceased writer as an “ambitious, fighting and positive” shrew. He also calls her “charismatic and innocent”, adding that she “lives in a world where nobody hides anything when everyone hides something”. Aless says that “through Cúpula, we learn more and faster.”

The second shrew he introduces us to is called Muria. For Aless this is “pure nostalgia” and that “he lives under a halo of constant pessimism,” adds the author of the most important part of the book, the one that is not written by Ana Obregón. One of the virtues of the Muria shrew “is to keep alive the memory of beautiful moments in dark times.” Our remembered Aless also says that “crying without dropping tears is for cowards.” He is not without reason.

“How much do you like touching my balls, even though there are no balls to touch?”

The third shrew has the name of a queen or an infanta, or both. her name is Sophia. The phrase that the writer attributes in his posthumous book to this third friend is very illustrative: “Eternal happiness is for the eternal asshole.” It is true, woe to those who repeat day and night that they are happy! Aless assures that she turned to Sophia “when life staggers in a questioning gesture.” She also says of her that she is “an expert housekeeper for monstrous gates that remain ajar and flood the mind with thoughts that take away sleep and erase the desire to wake up.” She this she promises her. But we continue. “Oh Sophia, my Sophia, I will never stop loving you, but how much do you like touching my balls, even though there are no balls to touch?” exclaims the author.

the fourth and last shrew It’s called Estendor and Aless refers to him as a shrew, feminine. But she then she adds that this “out of the hand of logic and human understanding”, and adds that “Estendor has no filters”. She says of him that “her reflections of him almost always suggest kicking the person in front of us in the groin” and describes him as shrew as “a hound with a sense of humor, brutish and quite sharp”. A sentence in English writes about him: “You don’t wanna fuck with…”.

Our commitment is not to give more advance and let the editors spread the rest. The part that we have chosen only for Informalia readers is, of course, the pages written by Aless. But we can highly recommend that you read it, because, if only to remember Aless and try to get to know him better, it’s worth it. Aless was intelligent, educated, sensitive, imaginative, affectionate and these and other of his many virtues are there, in the texts written by The shrew boy.