“The High Mountains of Portugal” by Yann Martel is a captivating narrative that traverses a century, intertwining three distinct stories into a meditation on loss, discovery, and redemption.

Set against Portugal’s enchanting landscapes, Martel’s novel embarks on an exploratory journey that questions human suffering and the search for meaning, making it a compelling read that bridges the gap between past and present.

About the Author:
Yann Martel is a Canadian author best known for his Booker Prize-winning novel, “Life of Pi.” His writing often ventures into the realms of magical realism and philosophical fiction, exploring themes of faith, survival, and the human spirit’s resilience.

Martel’s work is characterised by its imaginative richness and depth, earning him a distinguished place in contemporary literature.