Mentira, Edebé Award for YA Literature, 2015
Xenia has always worked hard to get the best grades, because she dreams of going to Medical School, but her performance has dropped lately. The thing is, Xenia has fallen in love — and not with a boy from her surroundings, but with a ghost, a voice coming from Internet with whom she shares her passion for reading. As Xenia is a very determined girl, and her virtual love refuses to meet, she resolves to surprise him, and starts making inquiries with the little information she has.
Everything turns out to be false, a lie; neither the pic nor the name are real. Who is her soul mate, in truth? Repented of neglecting her school work, she confesses everything to her parents, convinced she has been a victim of mischief. However, soon an unexpected package will reveal to her the identity of the boy with whom she shared her most intimate emotions. The package comes from a reform school, and carries the story of a killer.