The Lost Angel (TV Series)

An expedition to the secrets of the past to uncover the riddles of the future.

The story starts at the emblematic Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in the north of Spain during the night of All Saints’ Day. Julia Álvarez, the protagonist, is working late in the restoration of the Portico of Glory (the Cathedral’s west entrance) when, after a sudden shooting, an officer from the US National Security Agency gets to her. He reveals her the mysterious kidnapping of her husband, who seems to have disappeared close to the border of Turkey and Iran.

For the following 72 hours, Julia is involved in the frantic search for two powerful stones that are required to release her partner alive. Those magical and ancestral stones, which supposedly served as sacred objects to communicate with angels, had been given to the couple as a wedding gift. They were extremely important for the groom, since he was born with the strange psychical capacity to activate their different powers.

Meanwhile, a religious cult in the Middle East will stop at nothing to get their hands on these objects −a difficulty Julia has to face on her own, even if it means running from the NSA, the President of the United States, or putting lives on the line−.


RELEVANT DATA: Javier Sierra is an international and New York Times bestselling author whose books have been translated into more than 40 languages.

The Lost Angel is an adrenaline-pumping, smart, imaginative thriller that has captured the imaginations of readers in more than 12 countries and has sold hundreds of thousands of copies. It bears the characteristic Sierra hallmarks, combining action and documentation.

For his research to write The Lost Angel, Sierra traveled all around the world: from Santiago de Compostela to the top of the Mount Ararat. All of these experiences, along with a rigorous documentation process and the reinterpretation of old tales such as the Book of Enoc or the Epic of Gilgamesh, served to the building of this thrilling novel.


AUDIOVISUAL POTENTIAL: In development as TV Series.

LANGUAGES AVAILABLE: Spanish, English, German, Italian, Greek, Polish, Portuguese, Serbian, Romanian, Turkish, Catalan.