The oldest country in Europe, or almost, the builder of a legendary empire survives permanently questioning its own existence. Are those angry with their national passport disloyal renegades? What is the hallmark of a nation that is constantly changing?
About the Author:
Daniel Pinilla (Sevilla, 1974) is a guy with a perfectly understandable biography. He was trained as a journalist (formerly focusing on sports, but currently anything he gets) who also studied Philosophy and is currently working as an editor and writer. There are some who say he has been spotted frequently in Cuba and in Morocco. Pinilla’s books have been translated into several languages and usually have a common denominator: they transmit passion for the quest of historical truth, documented and reasoned, assumed as incomplete, while radiating a desire to travel the world. On this occasion, the author decides to stay at home and has devoted himself to delving into the intimate soul of Spain through a book not subject to rules or regulations that aims to encourage the freest and most open debate possible.