The author of “The Guardian’s Tales,” throughout his vivid imagination, narrates stories of death but, above all, life. Death and life are two sides of the same coin. Two realities that sometimes touch themselves lightly, and occasionally merge, to save human beings’ souls, and give peace to the dead. In a surreal cemetery, each dead person lives in his drawer next to his extinct friends and relatives. Each story has its significance and shows a different approach on how to start living again, after a great loss. While the author tells the stories of the different characters, he describes his suffered journey after a significant loss that ends with the acceptance of pain and the awareness that life is like that, for better or worse, and that living life intensely until the end is what truly matters.