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    The man from Malaga will return with ‘El cuco de cristal’, “a fascinating plot, a very complex story”, according to its author

    Has been number 1 in salesNetflix has recorded a series about one of his books, ‘The Snow Girl’ (no release date yet), he is one of the most followed writers on social networks… Javier Castillo does not stop starring in headlines for a literary work that knows how to satisfy those hungry for thriller plots that know how to reach the heart. And he doesn’t stop writing either: the man from Malaga has just announced the title and cover of his, sure, next bestseller, ‘The Crystal Cuckoo’, through, of course, the Suma de Letras publishing house. We will have to be patient: it will arrive in bookstores in february 2023.

    “Have been two years of hard workof perfecting a very complex story that I promise will fascinate you”, Castillo commented to his followers, who assures that it is “a fascinating plot, which had been among the notes of my other novels for a long time, and that finally I’ve managed to give it the shape it deserves.” And, of course, up to this point you can read that mystery and surprise, anxiously turning the page, are always the great protagonists of the books by the Malaga native.

    With five books to his credit, Javier Castillo is one of the leaders of commercial literature in our country, with an undeniable figure that supports his ability to create stories that engage but also move: he has dispatched more than 1 million copies Of his works. And a more than singular fact: in order to promote the publication of ‘Eljuego del alma’, an image of the writer was projected in the central and famous square of Times Square in New York, an unprecedented feat in the history of literature Spanish, which reveals the trust that the publisher has placed in this particular King Midas. Not bad at all for a young financial adviser from Mijas who concocted his stories on his laptop during his journeys on Cercanías and who started self-publishing on Amazon.

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