The spanish singer Miguel Bosé affirmed at the International Book Fair (FIL) in Guadalajara, Mexico, that the stoppage forced by the coronavirus took away his career. He also claims that it was a difficult and painful time that led him to write your memoirs.
“We have passed almost two very difficult years, very unpleasant. They have taken many things from us, many people, many emotions, a life, a business for many, my career has taken away from me, “he said during the presentation from his autobiographical book ‘The son of Captain Thunder’.
Bosé was optimistic that the health emergency will not be prolonged and return soon “normality” it has to be “better than before”. “It’s hard times while we wait that everything returns to normal again and returning has to be better or we do not want it, “he said.
Go back to his childhood
The singer revealed that your refuge in the middle of the patón was going back to his childhood and review some of your memories; a work that reflected in the book which came out a few weeks ago.
Miguel Bosé said that the more he got into his memories, it was clear to him that it would be “the backwater” for face the “misfortune and misery” that happened outside.
Narrates in the book the weight of having famous parents, how he sought to get rid of his shadow and find your own identity and its place in art.
The FIL takes place from November 27 to December 5 with the attendance of 600 writers from 46 countries, with the participation of 3,000 professionals and 255 exhibitors from 27 countries with an editorial offer of 240,000 titles in 10,000 square meters of exhibition.