(Piel de lobo)
Literary Fiction / Upmarket women's fiction
After their father’s death, Marta and Sofía go to their family home to deal with his things. Their reencounter with his possessions brings back memories of their life. Wolf Skin is two stories in one: the transformation of that town over the last thirty years, and the attempt to reconstruct a life. The need to find a place where they belong and an identity to call their own. It depicts a Spanish generation, and its attempt to adapt to the new circumstances: a society in perpetual crisis and constant change that forces them to reconsider everything they’ve been taught.