I Have All the World’s Dreams in Me
(Tengo en mí todos los sueños del mundo)
Commercial Fiction / Historical Novel
On the 17th of February of 1916 –in the midst of the Great War-, the Príncipe de Asturias, the most modern and luxurious boat in the prosperous Pinillos steamship line, sets sails from Barcelona to Buenos Aires. An invincible ship that inexplicably sinks on the night of Carnaval off the Brazilian coast of Ilhabela. Inspired in true events, it is a masterful recreation of various historical experiences, including what WWI deserters lived through, the arranged marriages between young Spanish women and older emigrants, the persecution of European Jews, and the illegal trafficking of women to stock Latin American brothels, all brought together in a marvelous novel about the desire to make your dreams a reality.