Glenn Cooper, author of international bestsellers from resounding success of the trilogy “The library of the dead” It will host the fifth edition of the City of Como Prize during his TOUR ITALIAN for the presentation of his new book: SONS OF GOD.
He graduated with honors in Archeology at Harvard, he also earned a doctorate in Medicine. He was president and CEO of the largest biotechnology industry in Massachusetts but, demonstrating its versatility, then he became a screenwriter and film producer.
PRESENTATION OF NEW BOOK: SONS OF GOD
The new book, "The children of God", edited by NORD was proclaimed as the most awaited thriller of the summer, a suspenseful novel that deals with exciting topics as the relationship between faith escienza.
Back Cal Donovan, fascinating and cultured professor of history of religions at Harvard University, former star of the previous two books, "The Sign of the Cross" and "The Debt". His task of meeting three girls named Mary, in kilometers away, you are pregnant discoveries while being virgins, to figure out if what happened to them is a genuine miracle.
Cal starts off traveling, talk to the girls and finds a common point: two of them, one in the Philippines and the other in Ireland, one evening a few months earlier, their way home, were blinded by a bright light and heard a voice say to them: "You have been chosen".
When Cal flies to Peru to meet the third girl discovers that disappeared.
It, within a few hours, Also the other two virgins seems lost.
What is going on?
Who took the three virgins?
While the world wonders about their fate, Cal realizes that dark forces inside and outside the church hierarchy have set in motion a plan to destabilize the foundations of the reign of Pope Celestine VI.
And he's the only one who can foil the greatest threat to the Church of Rome since the schism of the West and of the Protestant Reformation.
GLENN COOPER: GUEST OF THE V EDITION OF THE CITY’ COMO
The event will be held Como, Saturday 23 June at 18.00 at the library Ubik, in Piazza San Fedele, 32 a Como.