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Castellano: Ediciones B
Catalán: Ediciones B


Genre: Historic Novel
Number of pages: 448

The exciting story of Juana of Arintero, the first warrior and soldier in Spain. «If you want to know who this courageous warrior, low your weapons and you will see the Dame of Arintero» 1475, Arintero. Just about a month had passed since the death of Henry IV when, a Sunday of January, men were called for war. The crown was left to be disputed between his daughter and the ones that ended up being the Catholic Monarchs, Isabel and Ferdinand, and the lands of Castilla became the battlefield that would change forever the destiny of the kingdom.

That Sunday, when the count of Arintero received the news, his health could not allow him fight. However, one of his daughters, the young Juana, decided to represent her family in the battle and get involved in an epic adventure, filled with intrigue and passion, in which she will have to fight for the crown and to not be discovered.

In this novel, based on a collection ballads from Castilla and León, Teresa Sagrera will captivate the read with the story of war that pretends to be a tribute to peace. This is the story of a fighter and warrior who had hide to under armours to save her kingdom, honor her family and become a legend.

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