Literary Category: fantasy
Format: Paperback with flaps
Synopsis: The third book of Malamor’s trilogy concludes with Angela’s stories, Rayén and the peculiar town of Almahue and its unfortunate inhabitants, condemned to suffer Malamor’s spells.
With the town devastated by an earthquake and Fabian in the bowels of the earth, Angela will penetrate the earth’s subsoil as she’s decided that even if she loses her life in the attempt to rescue her beloved from the bottom of the earth, she is no longer going to allow for adversity or misfortune to separate them.
Perhaps the times have changed and that tree in the middle of the square of Almahue, symbol of Malamor, now stands like a corpse of branches and roots as dry as the desert’s sand. That could only herald a transformation, the end of an era.
Time for explanations has also come and Rose will reveal something of that past which she jealously guarded: a new legend. And Angel will have to muster all the strength to confront Rayén and the Decapitator in a journey through Chilean time and geography.