NEVER PLAY WITH DEATH

NEVER PLAY WITH DEATH

by Hans Trujillo

$9.77

“An astonishing story where reality and fiction converge, creating a grandiose universe that is unexpected and truly original. Never Play with Death is a literary piece that doe...

Availability:

Description

“An astonishing story where reality and fiction converge, creating a grandiose universe that is unexpected and truly original. Never Play with Death is a literary piece that does not come around very often...Hans captivates the reader and maintains their interest throughout this fantastic journey, where a countryside photographer decides to delve into the dark recesses of death by way of his art. The duel between the photographer and Death at the end of the story is epic, memorable, and totally unexpected.” - Víctor Gaviria. (Award-winning filmmaker)

Paperback: 220 pages
Publishing date: June 29, 2020
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-1952570667
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches

HANS TRUJILLO Born in Bogota, Colombia, six days before Neil Armstrong would land his feet on the moon. Since he was a child his parents taught him the love for literature, and at an early age, he devoured the immortal words of Homer, Cervantes, Wilde, Alan Poe, and Garcia Marquez. His artistic vein took him to study advertising and, since 1994 he put his creative talent at the service of important advertising agencies in Colombia. In 1999 he moves to the USA to continue his career in some of the best Hispanic advertising agencies of Los Angeles, Houston, and Miami, where he lives now. His outstanding career has memorable advertising campaigns and audiovisual pieces for a wide array of products, some of which have been awarded prestigious advertising prizes in the United States and Latin America. Hans has also explored other artistic expressions directing commercials for television, short films, and music videos. Never Play With Death is the novel with which Hans Trujillo makes his debut in the literary genre, bursting with a work full of life experiences, anecdotes collected over the years, and a very particular charge of imagination that makes his story a fascinating one.

Book Reviews