Lorenzo Silva talk with Berna González Harbour of books that help you understand reality
Lorenzo Silva is guest of this week, 'What are you reading?' space of THE COUNTRY View in Facebook Live, in which guests chat with Berna González Harbour from readings that help m understand present.
Silva (Madrid, 1966) is author of, among or novels, The weakness of bolshevik (Destiny, 1997), finalist of Nadal Prize and adapted for cinema by Manuel Martín Cuenca; The alchemist eager to (Target, 2000), a novel which won Nadal Prize in 2000. Lorenzo Silva won Planeta Award in 2012 with The mark of meridian (Planet, 2012). His latest work is y will Remember your name, published on Destination.
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