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This is the best novel you can find out there. This is why:

100 % of the income is being devoted to gene therapy research for Friedreich’s ataxia! The specific research project is aiming to find the best way to deliver the frataxin gene to the brain.

This book is the perfect gift to a friend, to a sister, to a father, to a neighbour, to a co-worker, to yourself, to everybody… You’ll need at least 10 copies.

If you don’t speak English or Spanish don’t worry. The book is beautiful. It will look so nice on your coffee table. Trust me, you’ll need it just for decoration ❤

Buy the english pocket book HERE

Buy the spanish pocket book HERE

Buy the english kindle version HERE

Buy the spanish kindle version HERE

“Marie Schlau is a young girl whose mind is filled with dreams and plans for the future. She’s just like other girls, but for one small detail: she suffers from Friedreich’s ataxia, a highly debilitating neurogenerative disease which limits her movements” This is how the book is introduced, and I promise you a powerful story.

The pseudonym A.F. BABEL represents the 17 authors of this collective novel: María Blasco (Spain), Jamie Leigh Hansen (USA), Diego Plaza (Spain), Eva Plaza (Spain), Rebecca Stant (Australia), Pilar A. Tolosana (Spain), Marguerite Black (South Africa), M. Luz G. Casas (Spain), María Pino Brumberg (Spain), Ramón Roldán (Spain), Nicola Batty (UK), Susan A. Carter (USA), Fátima D´Oliveira (Portugal), Kristina Zarrantz (Spain), Inma Priego (Spain), Sarah Allen (UK), Claudia Parada (Mexico). 13 of the 17 authors suffer from FA. Is cleverness a common side effect from FA? Seems to be 😛

Thank you all for creating this amazing book. Thank you to all the talented writers, translators, BabelFamily and Asogaf. We love you ❤


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