María, a sophisticated, frivolous and superficial Chilean woman, witnesses the German occupation of Paris, which is a turning point in her careless unconcerned life. She discovers the Nazi persecution of the Jews and decides to collaborate with the Resistance saving Jewish children whose mothers are sent to concentration camps, putting her own life at risk. Based in a real story, this frenetic novel reveals us the transformational power of compassion, and shows us a form of discreet, and for this reason more admirable, courage.

  • Book Details

  • Number Of Pages:   384
  • Foreign Rights:
    SPAIN - Acantilado, 2016
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  • Editorial:   Acantilado

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