David B. GIL
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David B. Gilhas a degree in Journalism and pursued postgraduate studies in Multimedia Design and Social Media Management. El guerrero a la sombra del cerezo was runner-up on Planeta’s Fernando Lara Prize and is the only self-published novel to have won the Hislibris Historical Fiction Award. It remains Amazon Spain’s best-rated historical novel.
His second novel, Hijos del dios binario (PRH/ Suma, 2016), was shortlisted for the Ignotus Award (the Spanish equivalent to the Nebula Award) and was chosen as one of the best science-fiction novels of the year in Xataka, Hobby Consolas or La Casa de El.
El guerrero a la sombra del cerezo was finally published in print (PRH/ Suma, 2017) and became a great success, with several reprints.
His latest novel is a new historical thriller set in Feudal Japan, Ocho millones de dioses (PRH/ Suma, 2019) and is already high in Amazon’s bestseller list even before its publication.