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Author: Sandra Bruna Thursday 14 June 2018

One of my all time favourite films is Ghost, I can’t say how many times I’ve watched it and I confess I know the dialogue by heart. To think that someone who’s passed away can stay among us, it gives me chills, but it works in the film, as well as it does in Ana Alonso’s new project, LUNA Y LOS INCORPÓREOS. In it, Luna, a thirteen year old girl, has a friend, Yago, who is dead and refuses to believe so.

Luna has a gift, although it is more of a problem for her, because she can see, hear, and talk to INCORPÓREOS, the wandering spirits of some deceased people. Sometimes they have been looking for eternal rest for decades or even centuries, but can’t get it. It’s not easy for them, and that’s why they are bad tempered creatures, upset with themselves and that put upon Luna their unrest and anger. At the same time, they stick around her and ask her for things. As of right now there are three books in the series, and I have loved the idea even if it’s not new, because Ana has managed to put that final touch, because the INCORPÓREOS are from different times, which allows us to travel to spectral cities and to know the culture, art, and the ways of living in different times of history.

Besides, an APP has been developed with mystery-chats that will reveal important aspects of the characters, videos of NoBody18 about many trivia and a didactic programming to accompany the reading. The digital world is the perfect complement for a series that is different, funny, and that gives an extra reward to teenagers who stick to their mobiles all thay long. This fusion is ideal for them and for teachers, because reading must be fun, and can also be interactive and make a hobby out of reading, and not an obligation.

Isn’t it interesting? Three books for the summer so that teenagers don’t just play videogames, but also read and get immersed in the chats and the amazing app, at the same time funny and didactic – without it leading to rejection.


Author: Sandra Bruna Thursday 6 October 2016

In today’s society, I am not certain if courage and wit would be two of the virtues that I would highlight from among most human beings. During the times of King Arthur, on the other hand, the bravest were the ones that held other’s acknowledgement; the ones that fought for what they believed until they died, and for what they were told to defend. The ones that weren’t afraid, even when their lives were in risk, those who took action for conviction, because it was their duty to reach the end. Wit was also valued: those who were smart, or the good ‘sneaky’ ones, were the people who survived within the society of the times, in which hierarchies were extremely defined, rich and poor. But the witty ones also had a good weapon in a world filled with corruption and badly handled power, like today.

It horrifies me to turn the TV on and watch the news, given the fact that this world is full of even worse than ‘sneaky’ individuals, and the worst of all is that we have to put up with them all. However, there are very few brave people, or honored people, that can reach the top without converting to the ‘dark side’. It is a pity that so few are actually authentic, brave and willing to fight for what they believe. New generations have it all, and maybe it is our fault if they don’t value many of the things they owe and don’t know how to fight for them. It all comes given to them. It is for this very reason that I think a reading like the saga I present here can help new generations to see the importance of values within a community, a kingdom, a society, which is not that different from the one in which we live today. And through Arthurian myths, we can make these new generations see life from the perspective of effort, the need to fight for things, and teach them that life is about ‘giving and receiving’ and not a unidirectional pathway.


THE BRITANNIA SAGA is a big bet, an epic story, full of magic and adventures that will take the reader to unique places, where courage and wit are fundamental to save life and honor. In this first volume of THE SAGA, Gwen is the daughter of queen Igraine, and Lance is a knight of the court. The princess, heir of the throne, is in big danger because Saxons have entered London and want to conquest the kingdom. Merlin (the famous magician) and Uriens have designed a plan for the princess to escape safe and sound. But in the darkness of the city, behind every corner, the spies of the Saxons are aware of a salvation plan that might be harder to execute than the magician believes. For all of you who enjoy Game of Thrones and The Lord of the Rings, this saga is not going to deceive you, you will devour the book but keep calm, there are still three other books to come and understand the great times of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.

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