You will be a witch, by Ángeles González-Sinde

It is what from now on I will wish to all newborns. What better auspice for a child? Yes, I mean the broom and hat ones. This is the conclusion I have drawn from reading Brujas’, the new book published by Adela Muñoz Páez at Editorial Debate. It must be said that Adela is a chemist, a professor at the University of Seville to be exact, that is, a witch. From the 21st century, but witch. He knows what he’s talking about. It is true that his potions and spells are executed in laboratories, but it is because times have changed. Adela, whose specialty is inorganic chemistry (even more magic), continues her efforts to publicize the work of relevant, ignored and/or forgotten women. He already did it in Sabias’, published in 2017, or Marie Curie’, in 2020, and now he wants us to find out who the witches really were and what they were up to.

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