Being a Latin-fiction lover, I found the story of "AURA" to be extremely interesting, and at the same time a bit inconclusive. Intersting because the plot, and the way it is described, tranported me to the world of "AURA". As I read it, I was almost feeling like I was the one inside that dark,humid room, and almost could hear the steps of the young guy going up the stairs.It's a book full of mystery, where predictions could be made,just to find out that your predictions are totally wrong. It's a book about what could happen in real life when an old woman is obsessed with beauty and youth.Inconclusive, because at the end you want the story to continue on,and leaves the reader wondering what would have happened if..... On another line, since the book was originally written in Spanish, I feel that if the reader is fluent in Spanish, the book should be read in that language. I have read it both in English and Spanish, and personally feel, that the Spanish publication offers a more accurate description of what the author intends to transmit to the reader.