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Find me where the dragon trees are born (and win a gift)

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Cross half of Africa in a dilapidated car, cross over Western Europe, Turkey, Syria and Jordan until you reach Kurdistan, land in the desert As a co-pilot of an ultralight or having lived south of the border of Zimbabwe, they are some of the past adventures of journalist Enma Lira. The penultimate in which someone capable of doing all this has embarked is the one that scares and at the same time attracts any traveler who talks about his travels: writing a book (of which we have two copies to give away).

It is not his first book (he has written for the reviled and praised in equal parts, Lonely Planet) but if his first novel, and the frame chosen for it is the unknown island of Tenerife and a fascinating part of his past history, that of the aboriginal Guanches, which links with an enigmatic discovery in the present ...

Find me where the dragon trees are born

If I keep talking, I still reveal too much, although on the website of the book you can read the first chapter, to open your mouth.

As I said, through the Random House Mondadori publishing house we have received two copies of Emma Lira's book to give to our readers and we will do it with a simple contest.

You see, the writer has created a map on Google Maps (which you can find at the beginning of the article) with a twenty locations on the island of Tenerife in which the history of the book takes place and about those locations we are going to send you a very simple question:

If you got lost in TenerifeWhere should I look for you?

Leave your answer indicating at which point of those featured on the map, all those related to the book, you would like to miss and among all the comments to this article received until midnight on April 25 we will raffle two copies from the book "Look for me where the dragon trees are born".

Good luck to all!

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