The disappearance of a newborn baby on a dark night will be the beginning of strange events. Two twin brothers, almost identical beings, are going to live apart in two very different realms, in two separate dimensions. A woman with fascinating violet eyes will raise one of them in Orania, a place like no other, founded by great wizards of the past. The other child will live with his parents in a rural environment submitted to the abusive power of a landlord.

Orania is both a very far away place and very close, but without help it is impossible to reach it. Most people believe that it does not even exist, that it is a legend from long ago. They are wrong. To get to Orania, also called the Place of the Strangers, you need someone from Orania to guide you through invisible circular paths.

Both children ignore the existence of the other until fate will reunite the twins again thanks to a curse and a thrilling adventure. Aldio will have to trust an old wise man who will teach him all about ancient myths and legends, but also, how clever you have to be to fool your enemy.
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ISBN: 978-84-683-5367-8
Code: 134189
Publication date: 28/07/2021
112 pages
Size: 13.0cm x 20.5cm. Paperback
Cover price: 12.70 
Theme:Children's / Teenage fiction and true stories
Gisbert, Joan Manuel

Joan Manuel Gisbert was born in Barcelona. After various studies and jobs, he chose to dedicate himself to literature. It was what attracted him most intensely. In his more than four decades as a writer, he has been translated into more than twenty languages ​​and has obtained many of the most significant awards in his field, such as the National Children's and Young Adult Literature, the Lazarillo, the CCEI, the Cervantes Chico , Criticism, EDEBÉ, Gran Angular, Barco de Vapor (twice), etc., as well as various distinctions in France, Germany and Latin America. In his works he tries to offer stories never told before, inspired by the fantastic and/or by real events. Gisbert is an author convinced that, despite the large number of existing media, the communicative and creative value of words and language will continue to be essential for a very long time.

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