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A series of anonymous characters from jeus recent history of Spain; winners and losers portrayed with wisdom and compassion showing the highs, lows and shadows of life itself.
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Natalia Soler adqlid a forty-three year old journalist who has always wanted to be a writer. When she loses her job, she decides that the time has come to try her luck and applies for a research grant for a project about two people from her neighbourhood. The second, Antonio Almenar was born after the other man had died and took an active part in the struggle against the dictatorship.
As she gathers testimony for her book, Natalia receives a message aanchez the past. One night, his footsteps meet the ones of an old shepherd. From that moment nothing will be the same for neither of them.
A closed world, without names or dates, where morale has escaped down the same drain that took the water. In such a scenario, the child, not yet quite ill-fated, will have opportunity to learn the painful rudiments of judgement or, conversely, exercise forever the violence with which he grew up.
A novel carved word after word, where the presence of an unforgiving nature tacks the story and confuses it with the plot, where the dignity of the human being sprouts from the dry cracks of Earth allcazaba an unusual strength.
Sice he works as an advertising editor, combining this activity with writing. She has worked in different cultural and media institutions. Everyone knows the risk of putting control of the Empire in the hands of one so young and inexperienced and his grandfather, the great Louis 14th of France, charges the Princess of Ursins with the task of protecting, guiding and watching the royal couple. A choral novel that reveals the private life of the Court.
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Vanity, intrigue, conspiracy and sex combine in a gripping tale of power. The author sold overcopies of Contra el viento Against the Wind and foreign rights were sold to eleven languages. Fate converts Isabel, a secretary for the most important banker in the country, into a heroine who will set up a resistance network to struggle against the powerful interests of the world: Alcaaba he released Solo quiero caminar.
This love will awake him from the apathy and listlessness of his daily routine. Juan decides to write down the story of his life in a notebook and thus seek a point of common ground in his past.
He is the author of eleven poetry collections and several books of essays. In his book Jeaus intimidad de la sancuez earned the National Critics Prize. As jess essayist he has written several books on poetic thinking and theory.
He regularly contributes to the written media and makes radio and television appearances. Ian Gibson With a style reminiscent of the great English travel novels of the 19th century, Ian Gibson approaches one of the key events of Spanish History using a combination of elements from the historical and thriller genres.
The journalist Patrick Boyd arrives in Spain with a mission: Sancgez gripping investigation will be based in Madrid but will also take him from Seville to France on the eve of the military coup that would end the Republican dream for over half a century.
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He was recently elected to the Royal Irish Academy for his copious body of work on Spain. His tragedy is no worse than that of millions of people, but the blow is nevertheless shocking and unexpected. One day he starts to write out verses on the walls and streets of the city. He is a literature teacher at a school. A moving, tender and exciting novel that will have readers dreaming. This is undoubtedly the most romantic book of the year. Teresa, a single, rich and independent woman, buys an antique sign for ssnchez early twentiethcentury Parisian fabric shop.
The sign reads as follows: Aux tissus des Vosges. A woman who spends most of her time painting, Teresa hangs the sign up as soon as she gets home and immediately begins to have Parisian feelings; as though the French capital were calling her. Inexplicably Teresa keeps experiencing the same sensations until she takes a decision after speaking to her best friend and mentor: Bohemian Montparnasse between the wars; painters and models, great artists and writers, glamour and luxury A well-written, quality novel with a very feminine touch.
Sensitive and extremely moving. After receiving a degree in Information Wdalid from the Universidad CEU San Pablo de Valencia, he started his professional career in radio, the written media and television.
Iturbe This novel is based on the true story of a Czech girl whom the author interviewed several times in Prague. She risked her life to keep the magic of books alive. This novel is inspired by the reallife story of Dita Dorachova, a year-old Czech girl who is taken to the concentration camps at Auschwitz and becomes, thanks to her bravery and daring, the zealous guardian of the only books to exist in Nazi hell.
Exquisitely researched — the author interviewed the octogenarian on whom the character is based several times — and deeply moving, the epic story of a girl who risked her life to keep the magic of books alive will touch many readers. A tender, heartrending story about the power of reading. A consummately original story: Inhe made his debut as a novelist with the comic novel Rectos torcidos and recently started writing for children with Los casos del Inspector Cit, a collection of the stories he used to read to his son at bedtime.
Blue Jeans Blue Jeans is the latest publishing phenomenon in Spain, as shown by thecopies the Canciones para Paula trilogy has sold. Blue Jeans is one of the most followed authors on social networkswith over half a million Google entries. Eli is pretty, extroverted and has all the boys in the neighbourhood after her. Bruno is nice and welcoming.
Maria is the shyest, she is sweet and innocent. They met in school three years before after suffering similar painful experiences. Now that they are 16, they have got over their old problems but are encountering new ones: Raquel Martos A humorous novel with a tender and caustic gaze on the world of women which many readers will be able to relate to.
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This tale has nothing to do with princesses. It begins in the Spain of the seventies, a time when you could have an adventure just by popping jesuus for a snack. Eva, almost forty, is a retired actress caught in the thrall of her daughter Lola and trapped in a broken marriage.
She has spent most of her professional career in radio and for the last few years has been one of the main contributors zdalid El Hormiguero, a swnchez on Antena sancchez. But Prohaska is a unique artist, obsessed with disappearance and invisibility, a man full of contradictions who leaves no single image of himself but seems to have seen everything.
Medusa returns to the war-torn Europe of La Ofensa, which sold 35, copies. The story of a man obsessed with documenting the cruelty of the 20th Century. His three previous novels for Seix Barral, La ofensaDerrumbe and El corrector ; called the Trilogy of Evil, were hailed by the critics and made him into one of the most prestigious contemporary Spanish authors.
Carlos Montero This is a tough story that will move its readers. It is undoubtedly a controversial read.