At Hotel Finisterre, Miguel Morey gives a twist to his thinking and writing. His work can be defined as narrative thought since he constructs his reflection from a fictional universe.
In this case, the starting point is an automobile accident and the state of consciousness between life and death in which the protagonist remains. Reality and fiction are intertwined, objects are confused while the main character raises the great themes that have always occupied the human spirit: death, transcendence, friendship, love, the impossibility of certainty.
Hotel Finisterre is a profound book of great formal beauty that includes one of Morey's most emblematic texts, Camino de Santiago, published by Fondo de Cultura in 1987.