The book presented here belongs to a short story collection project in four languages. So far two titles have been published: The Knights of the Time (in Spanish, French, English and normative Valencian ) and The Hoopoe (currently in Spanish, Valencian and English). The lack of financial resources to continue the project, dubbed Ddaluz at Works, has halted the publication of the remaining tales due to its legal management and print costs, not because his author''s passion for those stories conceived for his own children long ago, love that never fails or misses him (beloved and loyal White Goddess).
These stories were intended to compete with multinational companies of support language classes levelled readings in secondary schools: a disproportionate struggle, David and Goliath, because of the domestic origin (limited means but great love) of the author''s productions. In return, the stories are completely original and personal with exercises at the end of every book which come off the classic "comprehensions" trying to treat the young, each youth, as an intelligent, unique being, and not as a repetition parrot .
Ddaluz at Works is an ambitious personal project: including music, literature and drawing. The author has no doubt that time will come when he upgrades his studio to new music, new stories, new pictures.
Synopsis: "Many years after his adventures as a young hunter, Jacinto, an older man, discovers that everything he believed to have killed reappears in his life under other lights. The story contains exercises at the end of the book so the reader (...) can get the best the story. "