Ariana Neumann’s memoir, When Time Stopped, When her father Hans dies he leaves her a box of papers which become her roadmap to the history of her father, to all the family he would never speak of, and to the past he would never let enter his present. Before long, Neumann is forced to become the detective she’d played as a child if she wants to unravel the enigma of her father.
Ariana Neumann grew up in Venezuela. She graduated from Tufts University with a degree in history and received her master’s in Spanish and Latin American Literature from New York University, where she taught for a year before moving to the UK, when she obtained a postgraduate degree from the University of London. She previously worked as a foreign correspondent for Venezuela’s The Daily Journal, and her writing has also appeared in The European. She currently lives in London with her family. When Time Stopped is her first book.