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Do you know who Cyrano de Bergerac was? Cyrano loved the beautiful Rosanne but knew that his love was impossible, which is why he wrote her passionate letters that he would never dare to send. I also write to someone impossible, but that someone sits behind me in class.
Twelve years after the publication of 'El mozárabe,' the iconic novel that has sold over a million copies and whose success crossed borders and is now forever linked to the greats of the genre, such as 'Los pilares de la tierra', 'Memorias de Adriano' and 'El último Catón', Jesús Sánchez Adalid is back to transport us to the marvellously enthralling setting of the 10th century with a cast of unfor
The Arid Sky tells the story of Germán Alcántara Carnero: the story of his time, the men and women who lived at his side and the non-existant plateau where Monge distills the essence of a savage Latin America.
Do you know what the Crime Club is? Fifteen-year-old Daniel has to recover after a brutal accident that took his father's life and left his mother in a coma, lying in a hospital bed. While trying to reconstruct the last moments of the event, he stumbles across a strange robbery in his parents' psychiatric surgery.
Everyrone has secrets. Harriet, a young, candid and innocent English girl who has just married Desmond Ferneaux-Lighfoot, the captain of the Grenadier Guards who is much older than she, is about to discover this.
Jan met Spinoza as a child. The riots in the country had brought the philosopher to the Paviljoensgracht in The Hague, where he finds shelter in the mansion belonging to his father, the painter Hendrick van der Spyck.
With this unusual, innovative and astonishingly intelligent 'bildungsroman,' Luisa Extenike adds her name to the very best in the noir and coming-of-age genres, in a transformative and radically modern way.
We'll have no trouble recognising many corners of The Building. Those of fear and anxiety which paralyse us, those of obsessive impulses capable of destroying us, but also those of excitement for games or the discovery of strength inside us that we didn't know we had and which make us greater.
Toledo, 13th century. Francisca, an orphan girl of 15, thanks to her gift for drawing is given the privilege of being an apprentice at Alfonso X the Wise's royal scriptorium. Before her lies the shadow of of a convent she doesn't want to enter, even if that means giving up her training.