Waiting for an apocalyptic sentence, a man writes his santero prayer. This orison includes memories of his initiations in New York City and Mayaguez, a moyubation, a requiem, and several pleas to the gods, but above all the promise to get his real name back at the end.

Translated from the Boricua Spanish by the author–scholar and tarot master Ángel Lozada–The Book of the Letter A adds, to the bilingualism of its pages, revelations from the Caribbean Yoruba.