For ten years, Norma has been the on-air voice of consolation and hope for the Indians in the mountains and the poor from the barrios—a people broken by war's violence. As the host of Lost City Radio, she reads the names of those who have disappeared—those whom the furiously expanding city has swallowed. Through her efforts lovers are reunited and the lost are found. But in the aftermath of the decadelong bloody civil conflict, her own life is about to forever change—thanks to the arrival of a young boy from the jungle who provides a cryptic clue to the fate of Norma's vanished husband.
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In Daniel Alarcón's Lost City Radio, in an unnamed South American country racked by civil war, Norma, whose husband Rey disappeared without a trace a decade before, uses a radio show to reunite separated survivors.Jan 26 2007 | Read Full Review of Lost City Radio
The boy, eleven, is brought from the jungle to appear on the Lost City Radio show, carrying a list from his village of their missing - village 1797.Dec 07 2014 | Read Full Review of Lost City Radio
At various points Alarcón allows his characters to question the origin of the conflict: "The war had long ago ceased to be a conflict between distinct antagonists "Had it begun with a voided election?May 15 2015 | Read Full Review of Lost City Radio
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