Liliana Bodoc

Liliana Bodoc was born in Santa Fe in 1958. She took a Modern Literature degree at the National University of Cuyo. Her narrative works, including the fantasy trilogy Los saga de los Confines, were published by Norma and became bestsellers in Latin America. The first volume of her most recent saga, Memorias Impuras, was published in 2007 by Planeta/Argentina.


Bodoc is a strange, spellbinding writer, and the geography of her fantasy is deeply original. I hope she finds the readers she deserves in EnglishUrsula Le Guin

The Days of the Deer has a mythic quality to it... impressively written
The Sunday Times

Meditative, beautifully written... compelling

A hugely charming and infectiously readable book

The amazing Saga of the Borderlands trilogy rivals J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and Ursula K. Le Guin's Books of Earthsea

A blend of idealistic innocence and inexhaustible imagination...Those who devoured The Lord of the Rings...will lose themselves in the lavish world of South American legends and myths of the Saga of the Borderlands
La Nación

Bodoc's trilogy is a breath of fresh air in fantasy writing
El País