Could the democracy of a European Union nation be in danger in the 21st century? Find the answer in this political and journalistic thriller that imagines a fiction that could seem more real than one would like to believe.
24 tweets, 24 hours, 24 people, 24 chapters... That tell how the destiny of a country changed.
On November 23, 2023, a shocking event takes place that completely changes the history of Spain. Some will call it "Coup d'état", others "Auto-coup 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.
Prepare to be surprised and open your eyes to a fictional journalistic-political thriller inspired by current events in Spain. 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.
'Yes, they will pass' is a fiction novel by the creator of the saga of 'The Mark of Odin' and 'The Stone Lotus' and is part of the 2nd Line of the XaviVerso, the literary universe of the author Xavier Marcé, where everything is connected.
This book is scary. It's scary because any similarity with reality is not a coincidence at all and it makes your hair stand on end because the more chapters you read, the more you realize that far from being fiction, it is closer to reality than most would like to admit. That is why in my opinion it is so important that people read it and draw their own conclusions about what could happen more easily than we imagine. History is there and too many times due to the decision of a few, their actions or even by luck, enormous tragedies have been avoided, whether it be a military officer who decided to check a nuclear alarm in case it was not real or a shooter who managed to kill a an archduke That is why this book is so relevant today and I hope everyone who reads it meditates on what is narrated here. - 10/21/2023
In 'Yes, they will pass' readers will accompany the journalist and researcher Juan Vega, selected by the Truth Commission of the Constituent Assembly of Cádiz to compile key testimonies that shed light on the events that took place during 23N 2023.