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CHRONICLE OF A FORTUNE FORETOLD

The inspiring Chronicle of a Fortune Foretold from Luis Aguilar is now available on book!

Over the past months, the Moving Forward project has been disseminating the chronicles of Luis about the tears and cheers of being at risk of Huntington’s Disease. 

Luis has kindly allowed us to dive into his childhood and adolescence memories, to experience his innermost emotions, to follow his thoughts and resolutions, and to feel we are part of his family.

Now, Luis’ unique chronicles related to Huntington’s Disease have been compiled in a bilingual edition (Spanish and English) with the wonderful illustrations of Paloma Agüera. The book has 5 original and exclusive chapters and illustrations you will not want to miss.

So, no matter where you live, you can order your copy at any of these sites:

The proceeds from the book sale will benefit the families impacted by Huntington’s disease via the European Huntington Association and the Asociación Corea de Huntington Española.

MEET THE AUTHOR

LUIS AGUILAR

He won the prize for the best story in the literature contest at his school in 1997, when he was six years old and he was was the only one who showed up. Since then he has done little for the literature, but he still clings to that trophy to call himself a writer.

He wants to get his recognition again with this book, even if it means winning the same prize he was given at school and tell the grandchildren he always wanted to have that the best thing he ever did in life was to trick someone into printing his thoughts.

MEET THE ILLUSTRATOR

PALOMA AGÜERA

Born in Madrid in 1995, Paloma is an illustrator passionate about creativity since her childhood. She graduated in design and advertising, with a master’s degree in digital marketing,
she dedicates herself to art direction and marketing. Restless by definition, she traveled for a year around the world with her backpack, expanding her creative horizon. She finds her inspiration
by getting lost in nature and antique markets.
In this book, she illustrates Luis’s stories with a dreamlike touch, exploring the disease through memories and emotions.