3 best CS Lewis books

CS Lewis books

We live a continuous explosive cinematography of great classics of the fantasy genre. Very conveniently (rather opportunistically) transferred to the big screen to show off the most avant-garde fx. But the great novels of Tolkien (a close friend of Lewis), those of CS Lewis himself or even a current George RR ...

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3 best JK Rowling books

Beyond the controversial use of pseudonyms such as Robert Galbraith or even the most popular abbreviation JK Rowling, this British author lives with her particular legend. It usually occurs in different areas of celebrities of all kinds. In the case that concerns us, Joanne Kathleen Rowling (…

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3 best books by David Foster Wallace

David Foster Wallace Books

Despite being an emblematic figure in the United States, the arrival of David Foster Wallace's work in Spain came as a kind of posthumous recognition of the myth. Because David suffered from a depression that haunted him from his youth until his last days when he ...

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The Nature of Middle-earth, by Tolkien

The Nature of Middle-earth, by Tolkien

In the case of the narrative universe created by JRR Tolkien, fantasy ends up escaping from that parallel line, from that passing in imaginary spaces so precisely detailed and so intensely lived to reach tangible spaces. Reality has a subjective component where it has long since leaked ...

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The 5 best fantasy books

The best fantasy books

Fantasy is the literary genre in which childhood and maturity meet again despite everything. The reward is always the enjoyment of that paradise inhabited during childhood and recovered thanks to the fantastic when the years are climbing on our backs. Therefore the best ...

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The Birth of a Hero, by Jin Yong

The Birth of a Hero, by Jin Yong

Comparing something of what is written in the world with Tolkien sounds sacrilegious. Therefore, targeting Jin Yong as the British genius's Chinese counterpart seems more like a more irreverent and radical marketing device. Until you discover the reach of a Yong that although it pulls more towards ...

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The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, by RA Dick

Book the ghost and Mrs. Muir

If Alaska fell in love with a zombie and even introduced him to her parents, why then wouldn't Mrs. Muir have her romance with the typical ghost of an uninhabited house? Everything is a matter of time and form. The moment waits to even take you to the ...

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3 best Lewis Carroll books

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Between works such as The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupéry and The Neverending Story by Michael Ende, it would locate the great adventure of Alice in Wonderland. Very appropriate readings for children and not so young. Works brimming with fantasy and of incalculable human value. In the …

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Books you have to read before you die

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What better slightly pretentious title than this? Before you die, yes, just a few hours before listening to it, you will pick up your list of essential books and cross out the best seller by Belén Esteban that closes the reading circle of your life… (it was a joke, a macabre and bloody joke) It is not for less…

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Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer

Midnight Sun

And when it seemed that Stephenie Meyer had been redirected to other literary struggles, in the key of a crime novel, and with the liberation that it supposed with respect to the twilight saga, to the adolescent vampires and their sensual bites with the aroma of garlic and eternity, in the end it was not it could be. Because Meyer ...

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