Since the book was published in February 2020 by Espasa (one of the leader editorials in Spain), hundreds of readers’ opinions showed us the connection of this book with the people who read it.
In the Spanish version of this website you can read dozens of these opinions. Here there are only a few, and just some of the most repeated adjectives by the readers, at the end of this list.
Thank you all for your kind messages, thank you for love this special Garden in the Prado.
A magnificent book.ANTONIO MUÑOZ MOLINA, writer
We just can say that The Garden in the Prado is one of the best books of this year without any doubt.LIBRARY OF THE ROYAL BOTANICAL GARDEN OF MADRID, on Twitter
A book that wants to have close to you, and also to gift to someone very special.EL BLOG DE LA TABLA, a gardening blog
A spectacular book for anyone who loves art, plants or simply beauty.PAULA CORROTO, El Confidencial, a Spanish newspaper
A detailed work that shows passion and knowledge, beautifully illustrated (…) identity and memory (…). A different walk through the Prado.MIGUEL CANO, El Cultural, a Spanish cultural magazine
I just thought this book was so clever. Such a simple idea but so well executed. It could have been a manual and it was written like a novel, full of energy. Excellent.CHRIS THOMPSON, opinion on GoodReads
I recommended this book to everyone, specially to people that studied Art History. You see paintings in a different way. You enjoy them again.SCARLETT2000, Xaquia.com
The most beautiful book that I read this year.ALDARASG, on Instagram
One of the books that most I liked this 2020.N. C. DRUSUS, @NCDrusus38, on Twitter
Will this be one of the books of the year? For me it certainly is. (…) An authentic jewel, a delight.VÍCTOR COLDEN, @VicColden, writer, on Twitter
A gift for our senses.SONJAREDBLACK, on Instagram
I am in love with this book.E. R., @QVAERENS, on Twitter
I am fascinated with this book! (…) I used it in my art classes. My students requested me to go to the Prado to ‘investigate’ all the things that you wrote.ANA HERNÁNDEZ, @AnaHernandezzzz, on Twitter
I want to visit the Prado with this book.A sentence repeated by many readers
Bad news. I finished your book. I didn’t want it to end.Instagram, personal message