In the second instalment, Julia and Emilio are on their last year of school before university.
Julia’s not the same after the explosion at the subway station. She’s become an insecure, sometimes insolent girl who finds it hard to feel motivated to
enjoy life like she did before. Things have also changed for Emilio. He is full of doubts about his immediate future. What’s more, he meets someone very special, who will make him rethink his situation. Vanessa, for her part, was the person in the group most affected by the explosion. Is that what’s affecting her relationship with Ingrid?
Julia receives a disturbing and unexpected call. Hugo Velero, one of Iván Pardo’s flatmates, tells her that the boy with the eyebrow piercig has disappeared and asks Julia to help him find him. The young girl decides to spend a few days with her grandmother, a dear and curious septuagenarian with the same mental capacities as her granddaughter, in the city to find herself. However, it will not be a quiet visit. And death will again appear in her life.
A strange disappearance, a mysterious crime in which everyone looks suspicious and a crystal puzzle cross the path of the girl with a prodigious memory.
The Crystal Puzzle is the much-anticipated second part of the trilogy, The Invisible Girl.