STRANGE EVENTS IN THE PYRENEES by Jokin Azketa
Editorial: Ediciones Desnivel
Issue date: 2019
Place of edition: Madrid.
Edition number: 1st
Binding: Paperback with flap
Dimensions: 14 cm x 21 cm
Page Number: 256
Subjects: / Mountain Literature / Mountain (Spanish)
In some characteristic places that all mountaineers know and through which hundreds of hikers walk, peculiar events begin to occur. A FEDME official is suspicious that they are simply accidents and, although nobody listens to him, he begins to investigate with the help of a private investigator, with whom he establishes a curious relationship. The rescue groups are mobilized on many occasions, which sometimes turn out to be false alarms, but which sow confusion and fear among the mountaineers.
While the action is being carried out, the federation carries out a conscientious work collecting data about Count Russell, one of the fathers of Pyreneesism. The two plots end up connecting, helping to establish the idea that truth is something difficult to pin down.
The events of both periods occur in landscapes of striking beauty, evidencing a great concern for the protection of nature that, in one of the protagonists, is sometimes somewhat unhealthy.