Men who walk alone (Random House Literature) is the decline of a world that resists and of a man, José, who tries to fit the pieces to face a society in which the old norms no longer serve, while the new ones are yet to be discovered. After Love, José Ignacio Carnero (Bilbao, 1986) confronts in his second novel the silence around depression, uncertainty, social relations in times of Tinder and the end –or the attempt– of that model of masculinity that men carry in backpack.