The author returns to the city for the tenth anniversary of Mandarache project to present his latest novel, The Impostor.
Random House has published 600 copies in the first chapters of the novel to give to students.
All in an exclusive meeting called Lying Truth.
Javier Cercas was the winner of the previous edition of Mandarache prize, and so a series of meetings where coming weeks will also come Rosa Montero and Clara Sanchez, winning opens other issues.
The author was delighted with Mandarache Training Project Readers and proves it back to the city to present his latest novel. More than a winner, I'm a fan of Mandarache.
This award is cause for optimism, explained Fences excited.
I know of nothing like it in Spain, a project where thousands of kids passionate about reading involved.
It is a way of saying that literature like youth, he assured the author regarding Mandarache Award.
Crowd of students have crowded the auditorium UPCT, where the author was greeted with thunderous applause.
The Councillor for Youth, Ruth Collins thanked both the author's presence as the detail of the publisher have given away 600 copies to the young audience.
Next week we will continue the meetings with Rosa Montero and Clara Sanchez.
An activity that is done this year for the first time to mark the birthday of this project, which have given this year's National Prize for the Promotion of Reading.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena