Miss Merkel. The case of the retired chancellor

Miss Merkel. The case of the retired chancellor

You never know with this revolving doors for those who leave active politics. In Spain it often happens that former presidents, former ministers and other group of retired leaders end up occupying the most unsuspected offices in large companies. But Germany is really different. There …

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Sweet Revenge, by Jonas Jonasson

It is was remains. The humor. And Jonas Jonasson knows a lot about that. His vision of the ridiculous places him at the antipodes of the trends of Swedish literature in particular and Nordic in general. And acting as a counterpoint, navigating against the current also has its rewards at times ... In this ...

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Friends forever, by Daniel Ruiz García

Crapulas untimely. The typical effect between Mr Hyde and Dorian Gray that anyone over 40 years of age can suffer when they return to the alcoholic splendors of the night after having missed a few years of raising children, of Sunday hobbies never suspected before reaching ...

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A day in the life of God, by Martín Caparrós

Of the seven days in which God created the world, I would stay with the one that our maker lay on the grass to contemplate the work. I suppose it would be a hangover Saturday or Sunday, I no longer remember. They will explain it here ... But they are one thing ...

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The Man Who Was Sherlock Holmes, from Maximum Prairie

The famous writer (and in his dead moments pianist) Joseph Gelinek returns once more from his nineteenth century and this time uses his pseudonym Máximo Pradera to offer us a novel about the splitting of personality and those messes in which one confuses, for example to ...

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Break the box. The best humor books

If at the time we commented that the horror genre is about something as essentially human as fear, when addressing the issue of humorous literature we also connect with atavistic emotional essences. CONTENTS Wilt, by Tom Sharpe The Conspiracy of Fools, by John Kennedy Toole A ...

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The Thursday Crime Club, by Richard Osman

It is not always easy to read a humorous novel. Because people assume that a guy who reads a book is delving into brainy essays or gripped by the tension of the novel plot of the day. So laughing while reading quickly invites you to think of some guy ...

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Death with Penguin, by Andrei Kurkov

The overflowing imagination of Andrei Kurkov, the children's literature writer, runs amok in this novel, although for adults, strangely disguised as a lysergic surrealism bordering on the childlike. Deep down, a trip to a children's fable has the same mind-boggling undertone as Viktor's encounter with ...

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