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The writer Javier Moro joins the e-book reviews (23/10/2009)

If yesterday, the writers Manuel Vicent and Angel Sanchez Harguindey showed their concern about the ebook, this morning was the writer Javier Moro which has joined the criticism of this phenomenon, which is growing rapidly.

Electronic books are just around the corner, and this worries me a lot, because when we write stories on my network, users will be able bajársela smoothly, and I wonder how I can live without pay rights author?, stressed Javier Moro on his arrival in the city to participate in the 28 th edition of the Book Fair, where he appeared before the media.

The writer has presented his book The red sari, which dramatized the story of the humble Italian, Sonia Gandhi, who became one of the most powerful women in this country and the world, after the death of Rajiv Gandhi, son of Indira Gandhi and belonging to one of the most powerful race in India.

It is a fictionalized biography of the life of Sonia Gandhi, but a gender-dramatized nonfiction, which will publish its tenth year, said Javier Moro.

The play book has been a challenge for the author, who has studied the double transformation of this character, and Christian Europe, who prefaced his will by the policy as it moved from being a mother, to become a political leader In a country like India, who worship deities twenty million, who speak 8 languages and rate five hundred political parties.

This afternoon, the writer will participate in the lecture series 'writers around' organized by the Book Fair beginning at 20.30 hours at the Palace Hall.

It will present the book, accompanied by images related to the book, which took over the two years of research it took to work.

The book fairs are an opportunity to get in touch with readers, especially after the lonely it is to write a book, the author emphasized.

As the crisis in book publishing, Javier Moro believes that leisure reading is cheaper there, because when compared with a cafe, a book is worth 20 euros, and you can read it by 14 hours.


Javier Moro is the author of great epics like Pathways to Freedom (Planeta / Seix Barral, 1992) which tells the struggle to defend the Amazon rainforest, the Jaipur Foot (Planeta / Seix Barral, 1995) a moving story about the ability to overcome the human being; The Buda Hills (Planeta / Seix Barral, 1998) result of two years of research in Tibet, Nepal and India, which is an indispensable witness to the plight of Tibet.

In 2001 he published was midnight in Bhopal, the story of the biggest industrial disaster of all time, in collaboration with Dominique Lapierre.

In 2005, Passion India (Seix Barral), the life of the Spanish dancer who married the Maharajah of Kapurthala, a book that has fascinated more than a million readers in Spain and has been translated into 17 languages.

Now back in the red sari, with the true story of a European embroiled in the intrigues of the Nehru-Gandhi family, and takes us to a fascinating and turbulent India, in the process of change.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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