By Isabel Minhos Matins & Bernardo P. Carvalho
A slapstick postmodern tale that is also a profound statement about dictatorship and peaceful revolution.
In Don’t Cross the Line, The guard always follows the general’s orders without question. This time, the order is that no one must cross the line. The right-hand page of this book must be kept blank for the general. As the crowd builds up on the border, the guard is under pressure. If no one is allowed onto the next page, what will happen to the story?