By Noelia Fernández
Samy, una adolescente de 19 años disfruta su tiempo libre haciendo lo que más le gusta como otros muchos jóvenes: Correr con su moto y vivir al máximo. los angeles rapidez su medio.
Sus amigos, que le acompañan desde l. a. infancia, siempre están a su lado aunque no soporten demasiado al “novio´´ de ella. Pero nada es para siempre y todo siempre tiene un ultimate. Un amigo que Samy lleva años sin ver, que vuelve por unos días a su tierra, y un chico desconocido que irrumpe con gran fuerza en su vida, harán que todos sus pensamientos e ideales cambien y con ello l. a. historia de su vida.
No todo lo que reluce es oro y le tocará fiarse de su instinto e ir descubriendo cosas que, hasta ahora, se ocultaba a ella misma. l. a. traición y el desengaño los angeles llevarán a tomar decisiones importantes para ella. Pero debe pensar mucho. Lo que decida dejar atrás, se irá como una botella de cristal con un mensaje en el mar.
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