After "Behind closed doors" Carme Ballús has published his second volume of short stories, entitled "Love, let me sleep." Most of the eighteen stories that explore the territory vital component of old age, often with a critical and sarcastic. The collection portrays situations in which we are all one day and, in general, do not like to light: small meanness, physical fragility, loneliness, abuse. It also shows the love, solidarity and tenderness. Carme Ballús tales seem to be a window through which to observe subtle portrait of the realities nearby and often not even grasp until someone, like her, puts us in shape before the eyes of history .
In the hands of the stories we approach characters that can be us or our relatives, neighbors or friends. We read and we are recognize as a mirror in which we tried to leave the room of forgotten junk. His prose clear and sincere, not without humor, traps us and makes us think. They read stories drinks in quiet moments