Haunting Valley, by Anna Wiener

Haunting Valley book

We all wanted that gang of hipsters and other geeks from Silicon Valley. A group of father's children who announced a new world economic system for the benefit of all and oriented to the welfare society. A dawn of the new technological world with its glorious benefits ...

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The Stakes, by Philipp Blom

The very use of the term "game" clearly manifests the vision of our world as something not entirely real. Because everything is a game, we are temporary inhabitants of this place and therefore we cannot take very seriously almost anything. Only, unfortunately, the etymology of ...

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How to Avoid a Climate Disaster, by Bill Gates

The news has not been flattering for a long time, not even in the sports section (especially for a Real Zaragoza fan). And, jokes aside, the issue of globalization, climate change denied by Rajoy's scientific cousin, and this happily mutating coronavirus ...

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Extremadura spring, by Julio Llamazares

There are writers for whom what happens in the world has a different cadence, a very different wavelength from whose frequency complementary impressions and perceptions end up reaching us. Julio Llamazares is from that court of narrators who tangentially run through a lyrical realism as soon as they splash us ...

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From the Lazarillo de Tormes we did not find an anonymous book with greater interest than this one. Because the matter is adjusted to a world situation that has us all with tie piiiiii (be it eggs or ovaries). With a pandemic raging at all levels, four ...

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The Deadliest Threat, by Michael T. Osterholm

The prophetic book that first warned against the coronavirus crisis. This book, written by one of the world's leading experts in epidemiology, anticipated the pandemic that is hitting the planet step by step. This updated edition includes a prologue in which the crisis of the ...

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The Cyclops Cave, by Arturo Pérez Reverte

The new aphorisms grow like mushrooms on Twitter, in the humid heat of the fiery haters; or from the studied notes of the most enlightened of the place. On the other side of this social network we find honorable digital visitors like Arturo Pérez Reverte. Perhaps at times out of place, ...

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