Hard, pressing, corrosive "The Rosa Salt of the Himalayas" tells the disadventure of Giada Carrara, a thirty-year-old Milanese. Everything starts February 13, in a rainy evening, while the girl waits for a very important guest, indeed, decisive. Dinner is ready, but, just before the man arrives, moved by the absurd need to add an exotic note to the flavors of the evening, Jade comes out of the house to buy Himalayan salt. The heels, the phone, the straight hair, the hurry, waiting for a man who could change the course of things ... suddenly two strangers come on stage that they will distort his programs, changing his life in a very different way From expectations. Jade wants to make a way. She and her smart, but she unfortunately finds her to be much less than the sum of the svraxi others. The fight of her to establish yourself in the work becomes, after that evening of rain, the fight of the "Biondina di Via Massena" against the world. A conflict not only against the excluded bad guys, explicit monsters: even against the enemies undertacks that are everywhere, where you least expect them, implicit. "The Rosa Salt of the Himalaya" tells the Giada adventure from the moment when nothing can be as before. A novel on betrayal and overwhelming, described with the detached and mocking tone of Camilla Baresani, in a continuous counterpoint between the inside and outside Jade.