On Wednesday, April 27, at 8:00 PM, Anna Hernandez, TVE journalist, will present her novel "La luna de los mills" in Auditorium of Municipal Archaeological Museum of Baza. Anna Hernandez holds a degree from the Autonomous University of Barcelona in Journalism. She tells stories about social issues in the media from Espana Directo, which she has been working as a reporter since 2014.
Since the protagonist of the novel is a Ukrainian survivor from Chernobyl, and because the plots use the gas war in Europe as a backdrop, the novel is closely tied to the present. Anna Hernandez's foreboding novel about the intrigues and power in Europe is published amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The key of fiction is "The moon above the mills", which discusses the intense power struggle between Russia, the West, and other topics. All of this is part of the character's biography: the gas war, espionage war and fratricidal wars. Because of their complexity, we must navigate between the ambiguity and good and bad. This puts the reader's morality and ethics to the test.