We reveal the thriller ‘Yes, they will pass. Spanish Civil War in 24 tweets’

The author Xavier Marcé has announced that ‘Yes, they will pass. Spanish civil war in 24 tweets’ is the title of his new novel that he plans to publish together with the launch of the XaviVerso online platform in autumn 2023. ‘Yes, they will pass’ is a journalistic and political fiction thriller inspired by current events in Spain that promises not to leave any reader indifferent. Its publication will be preceded by an advance reservation campaign, both for its collector’s editions in the XaviVerso store, and for the standard ones on external platforms such as Amazon.

Synopsis of ‘Yes, they will pass. Spanish Civil War in 24 tweets’

On November 23, 2023, a shocking event takes place that completely changes the history of Spain. Some will call it “Coup d’état”, others “Autocoup d’état”, but all will agree in defining it as “The 24-hour Spanish civil war”.

Told through the testimonies collected by the journalist and researcher Juan Vega a year later, this document captures, in a terrifyingly plausible way, a fictional Spain that could well be the real one much sooner than the average citizen imagines.

Through 24 tweets, people and chapters, the author Xavier Marcé makes a fierce criticism of journalism, politics and current society, in what is possibly his most controversial novel. All this with a fluid narration and a dynamic story that offers numerous points of view that will make the reader doubt whether they are reading fiction or a historical novel that narrates the events that will take place in the near future.

‘Yes, they will pass’ is a fiction novel that is part of the 2nd Line of the XaviVerso, the literary universe of the author Xavier Marcé, where everything is connected, along with the action thriller ‘The Stone Lotus’ that connects Spain with Vietnam. This last book, which was initially published in autumn 2022, will be relaunched at the same time as ‘Yes, they will pass’ with the launch of the XaviVerso online store and platform in the near future.

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