El resplandor de Luzbella - Juan López Bauzá

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El Resplandor de Luzbella is a splendid narrative allegory from Puerto Rico. Even more, it is a brilliant novel which dissects the historical condition, political and economical development, and the rhythm of social life in the Latin American countries.

Luzbella is a mysterious island to the East of the Caribbean Sea. Aside from its inhabitants, of whom very little is known, no one has ever set foot there. However, rumor has it that it is known for its economical prosperity, political stability, and its climate of peace. Thus, when the Puerto Rican journalist Roberto Quesada is invited to the island to interview for the first time its enigmatic president, Uriel Sánchez, questions begin to pile up. Which secrets does this enigmatic place hold? What is its real history? How has it remained hidden for such a long time?

With an intelligent and agile prose, Juan López Bauzá has managed to build a unique universe, a deeply revealing story about the possibilities of a more just reality.

Year: 2018 | Pages: 488

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