Altroquando The Little Snake
A story impossible to place in time and space and, exactly for this reason, with a flavor of universality. The narrative, from the very first pages, is complex and simple at the same time and does not bother to hide a tribute to the great Saint-Exupéry. In this modern fairy tale a little prince is not presented but a little snake, with a difficult and essential task, and his friend Mary, a human who inhabits the world like no other. AL Kennedy writes, with a delicacy that makes senses and emotions vivid at the same time, a story capable of transmitting the total absence of fear of death and love together with a miniature overview of humanity that is always the same in its variety.