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The Legend of La Peregrina
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472
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14 July 2023

The Legend of La Peregrina

The Legend of La Peregrina tells the true story of the most valuable pearl in the world, which started as a gift for Philip II and ended up in Elizabeth Taylor's jewelry box. This novel has been named the great literary success of Christmas 2020, highly acclaimed by critics and readers alike.

In the story told by means of Elizabeth Taylor's research, the characters narrate, in self-conclusive chapters, the story of a jewel that has been a witness to history and whose whereabouts are unknown today. Each part focuses on a character and an era.

The Legend of La Peregrina is composed of moments that could be taken from a chronicle of the Indies and others more similar to the comedy of entanglements, giving the possibility of fusing different styles and genres.

About the Author
Carmen  Posadas

Carmen Posadas was born in Montevideo in 1953. She has lived in Madrid since 1965. She has also lived in Moscow, Buenos Aires and London, where her father was ambassador. She started writing for children and in 1984 won the prize of the Ministry of Culture. She is also the author of essays, film and television scripts, short stories and several novels.

Posadas is considered one of the most outstanding authors of her generation and has been honored with the Planeta Award, the Apelles Mestres Award for children's literature and the Culture Award of the Community of Madrid. Her works have been translated into more than twenty-five languages and has received critical and public acclaim.

“But if I consider it a jewel, it is because of Carmen's decision to tell us this story with an intelligent, careful and accurate humor, which she achieves not only with the narration or the dialogues, but also with the point of view of the different characters that tell the story.” Goodreads.

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