The Days We Have Left, by Lorena Franco

Novel "The days that remain", by Lorena Franco

Suggestive way of approaching the countdown. Every term has its expiration and the peremptory of existence immerses us in those stormy waters of the mystical, the religious or simply the essential fear that marks our days. Living is trying to go unnoticed by the grim reaper. Because fatality ...

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The Law of Wolves, by Stefano de Bellis

It will be up to Luperca, the kind she-wolf who suckled Romulus and Remus. The point is that the incontrovertible legend fits perfectly into a part of the vision of the Roman Empire as an implacable but organized culture, with an instinct for survival and even perpetuation. Because there was no other civilization ...

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Premonition, by Rosa Blasco

Since Cassandra and her dark omens that no one believed, fear remains the only alert in the face of the most gloomy immediate future. Many women's stories have been written around the notion of that intuition or sixth sense. Because they are the ones who historically enjoy that ...

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John Grisham's Time of Forgiveness

The state of Mississippi shelters that sort of black legend of the civilized United States. And John Grisham has it in his sights to peer into the deepest contradictions between the supposed liberal morality of the West and the still reactionary strongholds such as this southern state of ...

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Billy Summers by Stephen King

When Stephen King focuses, from the title of his novel and so blatantly, on a character, we can buckle up because curves come. It is not that we are going to find perhaps his best novel (or perhaps yes). What is clear is that we are going to enjoy ...

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Charlotte Link's Top 3 Books

One of the most authoritative voices in German and European crime fiction is undoubtedly Charlotte Link. An author who, after more than thirty years devoted to the world of literature, whether in its historical version or the black genre, masterfully handles all kinds of ...

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The Awakening of Heresy, by Robert Harris

The moment always comes when every narrator of historical fictions ends up tackling the current thriller with its added suspense due to the dark setting of remote times. Robert Harris was not going to be an exception. In a society where faith and dogma have banished the ...

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Nobody against nobody, by Juan Bonilla

It must be tiring to restart a novel. Even being one Juan Bonilla. It should be something like thinking that the original has been lost and that it should be started from scratch, with the mental notes and the outline of a script blurred in all its details. And yet also ...

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