In this beautiful wordless book Luisa Rivera looks at what we pass on from one generation to another. Two women who have a silent connection, made by signs, looks, and complicity; a connection which brings them together and delicately pushes them in their task to build and maintain the world. The first book in which the Chilean illustrator who lives in London is the author of the whole narration. She previously illustrated the commemorative version of Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in Times of Cholera, both written by Gabriel García Márquez who was awarded the Nobel Prize.
A book in which no words are needed for two women to share wisdom.
Comics & Graphic Novels