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Author: Sandra Bruna Thursday 14 May 2015


I don’t know if magic exists, but I like to think it does and that everything that surrounds it may be true. It is also true that there are many scams! There are healers that don’t heal, tarot readers who cheat, and seers who see nothing, and only prey on people’s desperation. However, there are professionals who know what they do and they explain you that tarot cards have to be interpreted, and that they are never irrevocable. And, when you do a little of research, you find people who achieved “miracles” (or the way you like to call it): they cure people or improve their living with only small changes in their lives.

Magic is a word with room for many things. There is a part related to a hidden world, but magic can also be found in quotidian life. I want to believe that there is good  magic, and that with its help we can make wishes come true. We are told since we are kids, tales tells us: just believe and be positive to make things come true. At least we have to try, and maybe magic is in yourself, and you only have to know how to find it, or someone to help you discover, like Mary Poppins with her children, like Peter Pan and Wendy or the magic that emerges in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Isabel del Río publishes her first adult novel, LA VIDENT DE LA LLUNA PLENA with Columna editorial in Catalan, and soon with Kailas Editorial in Spanish. This is a novel in which, through the tarot cards, the protagonist will discover many things about her past and her present, always with mystery and magic as a backdrop. LA VIDENT DE LA LLUNA PLENA is an original novel that keeps you in tension and leaves you wanting to read more.

Congratulations to Isabel for this premiere in adults where we have started a non-easy way, because the word difficult has not magic in it, so it is better not to name it. We are sure to make a space to that author and novel, because they deserve it. We go for it with a little help of good fairies magic and also of those readers who like mystery novels in which nothing is what it seems.

Enjoy the booktrailer (in Spanish)!

“Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it” Roald Dahl.

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