The writer Fernando Sánchez Dragó dies, at the age of 86, of a cardiac arrest

The writer and journalist Sánchez Dragó has died this Monday, April 10 at the age of 86, as announced by his environment to Europa Press. Dragó was in his house in Castilfrío de la Sierra, in Soria. Hours before his death, he shared an image with his Nano’s cat on his networks this morning.

Dragó has written numerous novels such as Eldorado, The sources of the Nile, The path of the heart, The labyrinth test (Planet Award), parallel deaths (Fernando Lara Novel Award 2006) and Soseki, immortal and tiger; he is also the author of the essays Gargoris y Habidis.

He was the Ondas Award with the world by montera and National Prize for the Promotion of Reading with black on white. He directed the nightly news program on Telemadrid night diary. He was currently in command of The White Nights and was a columnist, reporter and regular firm in The world. His journalistic work is partially collected in the four volumes of At Dragontea y The Big Bad Wolf.