From nowhere is the title of the new novel by Julia Navarro, a story about uprooting and the search for identity with religious fundamentalism as a backdrop, which will hit bookstores on August 26.
Edited in Spanish by Plaza & Janés, and in Catalan by Rosa dels Vents, From nowhere will be published throughout the month of September in Latin America -Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Ecuador- as well as in the United States both in print, digital and audiobook formats.
As reported this Thursday by Plaza & Janés in a statement, in this novel, Julia Navarro narrates the journey of two men in search of their identity.
One of them is Abir Nasr, who witnesses the murder of his family during an Israeli army mission in southern Lebanon and swears before the corpses of his mother and little sister that he will hunt down the culprits for the rest of his life. The other protagonist is Jacob Baudin, one of the soldiers who have participated in the action while he was fulfilling his compulsory military service.
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Their lives cross again years later in Brussels under the smoke of the bombs with which The Circle, an Islamist organization, sows terror in the heart of Europe.
Julia Navarro has published seven novels so far, of which millions of copies have been sold in more than thirty countries, including The brotherhood of the Holy Shroud, The clay bible, The blood of the innocents, Tell me who I am, Fire, I am already dead, Story of a scoundrel Y You will not kill.