Hildegarda, by Anne Lise Marstrand-Jørgensen

Hildegarda, the novel

Hildegarda's personality introduces us to the misty space of legend. Only there can the myths of saints and witches inhabit with the same relevance in our days. Because today a miracle to recover a blind man has the same trickery as a spell capable of ...

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Escombros, by Fernando Vallejo

Everything is susceptible to collapse. Even more so, life as one dodges the controlled explosions of age. Then there are the rubble, of which the important memories were never recovered in time. Because after all, no memory retains touch or voice with ...

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The Immortal Flame by Stephen Crane by Paul Auster

The Wild West, as a synecdoche of the American homeland in formation, extended its imaginary, its idiosyncrasy and its forms to an entire gigantic country of disparate sensitivities and beliefs regarding almost everything. Never could something so heterogeneous be suspected that it would be formed in a country like it is today ...

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Looking back, by Juan Gabriel Vásquez

There is more than something dangerous about today's revolutions. Almost all are imported with the legitimacy of the conviction of the one who vindicates against the one who is silent, although even the silence comes from the silence, from the annihilation of the opposite. Thus one ends up, immersed in the mass, convinced by the arousal ...

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Killer Ladies: Lethal Women in History, by Tori Telfer

That homicide has no gender is unquestionable. Oswald, the assassin with his book The Catcher in the Rye under his arm, or the York Ripper or even "The Wolf of Moscow" could have reached our days. But yes, there are also women who love the most treacherous crime ...

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Women of my soul, by Isabel Allende

Knowing by heart the way to the source of inspiration, Isabel Allende turns in this work into the existential gibberish of maturity where we all return to what forged our identity. Something that strikes me as very natural and timely, in tune with a recent interview that ...

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Memory exercises, by Andrea Camilleri

It is curious how in the absence of the author on duty, what could have been a disruptive publication, an extravagance in life, ends up being a rarity for mythomaniacs after his death. But also a whole approach to laymen who perhaps never read the writer who not so long ago left the scene ...

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Fireproof, by Javier Moro

New York fascinates even more when you just visit. Because it is one of the few places that not only maintains expectations but even exceeds them. Especially if you can discover it with good friends who live throughout the heart of the city. No, NY never disappoints. So what …

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