When Violeta the activist, Henry the businessman and Alberto the miner entered a cave to shelter from the storm, they did not imagine that they were being guided there intentionally. The Taino Gods had awakened with stories to tell them.
In the beliefs of the aborigines of the Caribbean, mythologies as powerful as the origin of humanity are preserved. The author believes that from basic education we are trained to know in depth the mythologies and and stories coming from the Judeo-Christian religion, not so with those coming from the African or the Arawak.
In a light and attractive way, this novel outlines the socio-environmental and cultural conflicts around one of the most important cave regions of the Caribbean, and once it contributes to the diffusion of Taíno mythology and culture.