Journalist Dani Santana is stuck in a hospital after an attempt on his life. There he makes friends with a restless hacker, who drags Santana into an investigation of how the pharmaceutical industry pays off doctors and corrupts a health system that ends up going bankrupt.
Meanwhile, one of the richest men in the world arrives in Barcelona to negotiate the building of the largest theme park in Europe: Historyland, a project that seems to be essential to the country’s financial recovery.
Dani Santana, the journalist with the soul of a detective who captivated readers in his previous two books, returns with a new investigation that puts the journalistic trade in question.
After unveiling the inner workings of the written press and televison, Xavier Bosch immerses us in the uncertain world of digital journalism.
More than 50.000 copies sold of Se sabrà tot.
France (Liana Levi)