This Friday, October 8, at 8:00 p.m., the presentation and signing of copies of the novel will take place at the Padre Manuel Cultural Center. ‘El Muflón Invasor’ by Graciela C. Prego Pilar.
This second novel is a continuation of ‘The path of the wild boar’ a historical-costumbrista novel published by the author in Ediciones Atlantis in October 2020. The book addressed one of the great enigmas for man: the family. The author presented this work last August at the Casa de Las Tejerinas.
In this second part, ‘El Muflón Invasor’, it moves from Somontano to another region of the lands of Huesca, the irrigation of Sariñena and Los Monegros, in an original and contemporary plot.
Together with the mysterious foreign intruder who comes to town disturbing the lives of its inhabitants, the Artigas Moliner family will go through the economic boom at the beginning of the century and the difficult time of subsequent crisis, coinciding with their business success with their family instability.
Graciela C. Prego Pilar He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, choosing Spain as his country of residence for more than 25 years. He lives in the province of Malaga, where he is part of the Colectivo Malagueño de Escritores. As a Physical Education teacher and a fervent lover of travel, nature and traditions, he has linked this profession to the universe of letters, which has been a permanent activity since he was young, venturing into poetry, songs and short stories until he reached novels. .
Despite the restrictions experienced since its launch in the publishing world, it has participated in several presentations in Spain and Argentina, at the Marbella Book Fair and soon in Malaga, with its first novel ‘La Senda del Jabalí’, taking the reader to a of his many journeys through this amazing country; penetrating the beautiful lands of Somontano, Huesca and Aragón. Through a generational story, the author highlights the cultural richness of its peoples, always in force, and vindicates the treasury of a rich land full of treasures, such as its artistic, historical and gastronomic heritage.