Ayotzinapa, eternal hours is a window into the tragic and murky case of the forced disappearance of 43 students from a rural normal school in Mexico

A memory brick.

This book, made from more than 100 interviews, takes the reader to know the case by firsthand and challenges it with personal reflections of the author, who is daughter of two disappeared people.

With the voices of the survivors, this book reconstructs what happened in Iguala on September 26 and 27, 2014, when also three other students were also killed and several seriously wounded.

In the words of relatives and normalistas, it is also a chronicle of what followed for them: a year of life suspended by the endless wait in debate with the time impossible to stop; the gesture of the students frozen in an image while their parents grow old looking for them and their children grow up waiting for them back.

An intimate account of pain, love and survival.

Ediciones B-Non fiction

México, 2015



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Brigada para Leer en Libertad

México, 2019