Miguel is asked by his daughter Julia to return to the town where he grew up in order to take over the house and farmland owned by his family and that his brother Antonio had taken care of up until his recent death. Julia uses Antonio’s journals, which are full of sketches and vignettes, in order to convince her father to hold on to the family legacy, which he had planned on getting rid of. And thus father and daughter will reminisce about the history of their family and their generation, afflicted with pain and open wounds that have not healed with the passing of time.

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  • Number Of Pages:   350
  • Foreign Rights:
    SPAIN - HarperCollins Ibérica, 2016
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  • Editorial:   HarperCollins Ibérica

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