THE OTHER SHORE
Elena Moya goes across the Ebro delta with an unforgettable novel about determination and fight against the destiny.
Buda Island, Ebro Delta 1961, Asun is a girl of eleven years old full of aspirations and dreams who loves to learn in the school of teacher Isidre. Her parents, Mariano and Remedios, work in the rice fields of the Pons family, the owners of the island. Asun knows that the relationship between her mother and the masters, especially with Mr. Max, is tainted with silence. By chance she discovers that her mother used to own some of those lands. Everything changes with the unexpected death of Remedios. Her father decides that she must start serving in the Pons’ house, but the little girl is not ready to assume the destiny her condition has in store for her; she aspires for more and thanks to a lent bike, her wit and the strong determination she becomes one of the most successful businesswomen in the zone. However, she will have to face ghosts from the past to protect everything she has fight for.
After the success of her previous novels, Elena Moya comes back with a story of affection and dreams.