Al Rey de los Ángeles is a novel of special beauty. But, above anything else, it’s a miracle. Ramón Loureiro, through a writing unanimously acclaimed by critics-a writing that Miguel García-Posada placed among the masterpieces of Hispanic literature-has not only restored the lives of the dead, but, in addition to rediscovering the manuscript of Don Quixote, makes it possible for the reader to accompany the Three Kings on their trip.
Autor: Ramón Loureiro
Ramón Loureiro (Sillobre, Fene, 1965), Julio Camba Prize for Journalism and academic number of the San Rosendo Academy, has created a narrative universe of his own, halfway between maps and dreams, which has its epicenter in the call Land of Escandoi, transcript of his natal Sillobre and of everything from there it is seen. A territory that extends throughout the Galician north, which he calls the Last Britain, and in which the Terra Chá and the cities of Ferrol and Mondoñedo shine with their own light (rationalist and atlantic the first, levitical and always misty the second ). The commitment that Loureiro has put into converting that territory, his own vital landscapes, into literature has earned him distinctions such as the Gold Badge of the City Council of Ferrol, the Literature Award of Brittany, the Caminhos da Memoria Prize (awarded by the Portuguese University of Minho) and the title of Permanent Ambassador of Fene. He has been a juror of the National Literature Prize and the National Critics Award.