Living apart from his girlfriend Gabriela, university lecturer Samuel is shaken from his humdrum existence when he receives an enigmatic postcard from Japan and the unexpected visit at work of a girl trying to identify the language of a strange, haunting song.
This sets Samuel on a quest that will take him to Kyoto, not only to discover the meaning of the cryptic message, which may hold the key to some of his unanswered questions, but also to find enlightenment, a new equilibrium and a reappreciation of the small joys of life. Written with Miralles’s trademark wit and lightness of touch, Wabi-Sabi is a delightful tale about love and bridging cultural divides.
Born in Barcelona, Francesc Miralles has written many best-selling books and received several prestigious literary awards. As well as fiction, he has published extensively in the self-help, coaching and inspirational field. Love in Small Letters is his most famous and acclaimed book to date.
Read an interview with Francesc Miralles here