This evening at 7pm, the Centro Sefarad-Israel presents the book Hasta que tu corazón se detenga (Until your heart stops), by Jose Polo, in an event in which Álvaro de Diego, director of the Department of Journalism and Digital Narratives at the Universidad San Pablo – CEU, and the historian Manuel Rey will accompany the author in the presentation of his first novel, featuring three stories separated by six centuries. Limited capacity. To attend it is necessary to confirm attendance via this link.
Arganda, 1992. In the darkness of the night, a boy called Jose is visited by people from remote places and times. The appearance of a key hidden under the mantle of a virgin will lead him to open a door that leads to a hitherto unknown place.
Auschwitz, 1941. Moses, of Sephardic origin, struggles to stay alive under the yoke of death. The presence of a mysterious German man will mark his fate in the concentration camp.
Toledo, 1491. Juan, a young Jew belonging to one of the most important families in the city, will be forced to choose between renouncing his origins and keeping his family’s unknown legacy alive.
Publisher: VALHALLA EDICIONES
Binding: Soft cover