Bruno Ucelay’s best worst Days

«Àlex's talent has no limits. I really enjoyed discovering Bruno.»

Blue Jeans, author of El club de los incomprendidos.

Bruno Ucelay is sixteen and ahead of him, the best summer of his life until his parents decide to upset his plans and send him to a godforsaken village in Ireland to learn English.

Alone, unhappy and with an overactive imagination, Bruno finds himself caught up in a journey which begins with a penalty but which ends up changing him forever.

Love, friendship and irrepressible feelings come together in this hugely honest portrayal of adolescent insecurities and the difficulty of finding a way to traverse those bridging moments between childhood and adult life.