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Pages: 138
Dimensions: 15 x 21 cm
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"Some of us cling to the light (...). Others, however, want to end their lives once and for all. We will all meet at that point on the road. In the dark and alone, there will be no going back".

The words with which Javier Vidal (Segovia, 1979) begins his first novel, place the reader in a paradoxical starting point and at the same time revealing of the main theme of the work: death and, in forced consonance, the vicissitudes of life . The initial event leads to the introspective journey of a protagonist who challenges the most purely existential questions from a new point of view, touching transcendentally human questions with precision, with a reflective vocation and with a remarkable narrative rhythm.

Although this type of novel always offers the possibility of assimilating the protagonist as the alter ego of its creator, the depth in the description of emotions makes it inevitable to perceive a certain autobiographical essence. Beyond that, it becomes easy to make the narrator's concerns and moral dilemmas his own. After all, death always ends up being the most important character in almost any story.


Javier Vidal. He was born in Segovia in 1979. An economist and musician, he lived in London for one year and Paris for six, during which time he became a studio musician. Classically trained but fascinated from childhood by American culture, he returned to Madrid in 2009, the city where he developed the creative platform Mister Marshall, a music group that integrates many other disciplines from the world of creation, from photography to design, and with which he has published two works "Bien-come" and "Act I: Exterior, Night, Act II: Interior, Day, Act III. Between dog and wolf ”. He is currently preparing the new theatrical show "Storm" scheduled for mid-2016. Regular writer in local media and in the Sala 1 Cinema Magazine. "Along with the wheat fields" is his first novel, written at the rate of one page a day for six months and that is his letter of introduction in the world of literature.


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