The final book of this trilogy dedicated to the figure of the poet, a voyage through
his biography with an unexpected, moving ending
What would happen if Federico García Lorca came back to life? What if he could return to places and moments of the past to make different decisions? Would he settle outstanding scores? Would he be able to avoid his own execution?
Federico returns to Granada intent on being reunited with his loved ones. The conjurer envelops the house in Huerta de San Vicente with her magic, but she bears a black rose and a message for the poet: his enemies are looking for him again and the only way to save himself will be to embark on a journey that reconstructs the essential moments of his life.
Federico thus voyages in an imaginary time and space to again face past situations and encounters with key people in his life: Dalí, Buñuel, Xirgú, Maortua and the Rosales. The action takes place in Fuentevaqueros, Cadaqués, Barcelona, Cuba, New York, Buenos Aires and returns to Granada to confront the fatal denouement. Will there be time to say goodbye and change the course of history?
After the success of Federico’s Women and Federico’s Men, Ana Bernal Triviño ends the trilogy with a thrilling and necessary story. A narrative that constitutes an exercise in historical memory which, form a brilliant tribute to the most important author of Spanish literature.