Numerous people attended the presentation of the book "Music for a castaway", by totanero Pedro Antonio Cano Martínez, which took place last Friday, September 13, at the Casino of Totana, among which was the Councilor for Culture, Veronica Carricondo
The mayor stressed during the presentation that, in addition, when buying the book contributed a solidary purpose, since the author has decided to donate part of the benefits of the sale of copies to the Association of Rare Diseases D'Genes.
In addition, during the event, attended by executives and workers of the Association DÂ´Genes, the official chronicler of the City of Totana Juan Cánovas Mulero, presented the author and made a glossary of the work.
"Music for a castaway", published this August by the Indie Books publishing house, is a story told based on different chapters interspersed in time that shape the life of the protagonist.
The music, the songs, as reflected in the title, are present in each episode so that it is a background to the work and is at the same time the soundtrack of an era that occupies several decades.
The book can be purchased at the price of 14 euros online through the publisher and Casa del libro, and very soon on Amazon.
In addition, in physical stores, it will soon be available in the bookshop Faro de Totana, El Corte Inglés and Diego Marín.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana