- Jordi Martí Rueda (author)
- 236 p.
Cinco rebeldes is the story of five people who leave their homes to fight for the Republic during the Spanish Civil War. A heroic guerrilla fighter who dares to reveal his homosexuality upon returning from the United States. An Irish prisoner of Franco trying to save his life through music. A black nurse who here finds the love she is denied at home. A writer from NY who receives a life lesson under the bombs. And a Mexican who fights in the battle of the Ebro, although he won’t remember it until he is 79.
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