Surrender, by Ray Loriga

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Alfaguara Novel Prize 2017 The transparent city to which the characters in this story arrive is the metaphor of so many dystopias that many other writers have imagined in light of the adverse circumstances that have occurred throughout history. Such ...

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The imprint of a letter, by Rosario Raro

I have always liked stories in which everyday heroes appear. It may be a little corny. But the truth is that finding a story in which you can put yourself in the shoes of that truly exceptional person, who faces cruelty, cynicism, abuse, ...

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The Bohemian Astronaut, by Jaroslav Kalfar

Lost in Space. That must be the best situation to do introspection and really discover how tiny the existence is, or the greatness of that very existence that has led you there, to a vast cosmos like nothing dotted with stars. The world is a memory ...

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The Dark Light of the Midnight Sun, by Cecilia Ekbäck

Living beings are subjected to circadian rhythms, established by the hours of light and the darkness of the night. However, the animals that live in the areas closest to the poles, where the effect of the midnight sun occurs, have known how to adapt to this particular ...

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The Night That Didn't Stop Raining, by Laura Castañón

Guilt is that gift with which humans leave Paradise. From childhood we learn to be guilty for many things, until we make her an inseparable life partner. Perhaps we should all receive a letter like the one Valeria Santaclara, the protagonist of this book, receives. With the …

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Offshore, by Petros Markaris

The world passes to the rhythm of a giant crime novel. Hand in hand with globalization, the dark scenarios that not so long ago the authors of crime novels were in charge of transferring to fiction, have taken a qualitative leap. The world is the market to be corrupted by the mafias. The …

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Europe, by Cristina Cerrada

When you experience a war, you don't always escape it by leaving the conflict zone. In the aseptic consideration of this last term, other concepts existed before, such as: house, childhood, home or life ... Heda left her home or conflict zone accompanied by her family. The promise of ...

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The beards of the prophet, by Eduardo Mendoza

It is curious to think of the first approaches to the Bible when we are very young. In a reality still in the making and governed for the most part by childhood fantasies, the scenes of the Bible were assumed to be perfectly true, without any metaphorical sense, nor was it necessary. ...

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