Lost Graves, Found Lives
A stories of families set against the larger political and cultural history of Pampanga, this history-cum-memoir is about two families—the Abad Santoses and the del Rosarios—intertwined by marriage and united by a passionate love of country. It is also the personal story of the main author, Agapito Abad Santos del Rosario, who is a descendant of both families.
It includes the first full biography of Pedro Abad Santos, founder of the Philippine Socialist movement. Here, his story as a martyred patriot’s son, a revolutionary, resistance officer in the Philippine-American War, and a maverick during the US occupation comes alive in a riveting narrative style.
Softcover / 7.83 x 5.87 inches / 256 pages / BW