The new novel by Arturo Pérez-Reverte, ‘El italiano’, will be released on September 21 edited by Alfaguara. The new novel by the successful writer is set between 1942 and 1943 and based on real events. Arturo Pérez-Reverte responds with irony to the deniers who criticize him for getting vaccinated.
The Alfaguara publishing house will publish on September 21 the new novel by Arturo Pérez-Reverte , entitled El italiano . The story will be set between 1942 and 1943 and is based on real events.
The writer’s new literary adventure “recounts an episode of war and espionage that occurred during the Second World War in Gibraltar and the bay of Algeciras, ” according to the editorial in a press release.
During the war, Italian combat divers damaged 14 allied ships in Gibraltar and the bay of Algeciras, in the novel, only some situations and characters are fictitious, as it is inspired by events that happened in reality.
“I’ve been wanting to write this almost incredible story, true to the facts, ever since my father told it to me when I was a child. And I hope I have succeeded ».
“The Italian”, the new novel by @perezreverte , will hit bookstores on September 21.
The argument is about Elena Arbués , a 27-year-old bookseller who meets one of those divers one morning and helps him, ignoring that “this determination will change her life and that love will only be part of a dangerous adventure.”
Reverte comes to know a great success with his previous work, Line of fire , which since its launch on October 6 has been occupying a position in the list of best-selling books in Spain with more than 300,000 copies. He also won the Critics’ Prize in the category of Narrative in Spanish.
With The Italian , which will be on sale from September 21 , the author returns to the adventure novel . The story will be released simultaneously in audiobook and ebook format. For his part, on this new book Reverte has declared: “I’ve been wanting to write this almost incredible story, true to the facts , since my father told it to me when I was a child .