Amelia noguera

interview with amelia noguera (el paseo de los

10 Amelia Noguera studied Computer Engineering and worked as a programmer and analyst. Later she began studying the Humanities Degree at the Carlos III University of Madrid and attends writing workshops.In 2012 she self-published her first novel in digital format, Escrita en tu nombre, which was followed by La pintora de estrellas, both reaching important positions among the bestselling books on Amazon. Author biography
Amelia Noguera studied Computer Engineering and worked as a programmer and analyst. She later began studying a Humanities Degree at the Carlos III University of Madrid and attends writing workshops.In 2012 she self-published her first novel in digital format, Escrita en tu nombre, which was followed by La pintora de estrellas, reaching both important positions among the bestselling books on Amazon.
From exile, Azucena, now an old woman, narrates how she and Martina, the granddaughter of the rich owner of an orange factory, became inseparable friends on the so-called “road of death”.

“malarka gwiazd” – amelia noguera – recenzja

Noguera later decided to focus her career on the world of translation. Therefore, she studied Humanities at the Carlos III University of Madrid.On the literary side, Noguera started self-publishing her stories digitally in 2012. After becoming a bestseller on the Amazon platform, traditional publishers began to take an interest in her. Since then, novels such as La marca de la luna, La pintora de estrellas, Prométeme que serás delfín or El paseo de los canadienses have seen the light of day.

video review el paseo de los canadienses amelia

Noguera later decided to focus her career on the world of translation. She studied Humanities at the Carlos III University of Madrid and began self-publishing her stories digitally in 2012. After becoming a bestseller on the Amazon platform, traditional publishers began to take an interest in her. Since then, novels such as La marca de la luna, La pintora de estrellas, Prométeme que serás delfín or El paseo de los canadienses have seen the light of day.

interview with fernando gamboa and amelia noguera

The novel El Paseo de los Canadienses is inspired by a historical episode that describes the tragedy experienced by thousands of families fleeing the threats of General Queipo de Llano before the arrival of the national army in Malaga.
The figures come from the visual observation of direct witnesses, such as Norman Bethune, a Canadian doctor who helped many of the fleeing families, although Bethune left Almeria on the 10th, three days after the exodus began, so his perspective would never give a complete figure, and a carabinieri lieutenant testifies that some two hundred thousand people reached the stretch between Adra and Almeria, and others turned around and returned, hungry, exhausted or wounded, but others died on the way.
The setting is convincing and the physical scenario fits, evokes and recreates the fear that gripped the population for so long, and as readers we live that climate of terror and the continuous abuses of power, or the impunity with which those who considered themselves victors moved. Malaga, becomes the setting and protagonist of this story, although the characters grow as we get to know them, show strength and fortitude in situations that describe those abundant contradictions of many of the human attitudes that will not leave anyone indifferent, stands out the strength and determination of Angela, a woman accustomed to take the reins of their business and their lives, to know which is your site, keep your word and willing to fulfill their obligations to the end; The sustained rivalry between Isabel and Fernanda, and all the circumstances that occur after their return to Malaga complete the story of El Paseo de los Canadienses and restore our faith in good literature capable of sustaining a whole tragic experience with narrative fluidity.