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Fremiti

by Alex Borio (a cura di)

Amparo Osorio, Blanca Luz Pullido, Ibet Cázares, Yanira Soundy, Waldina Mejía. Cinque sguardi sulla percezione del sentimento amoroso. Cinque poetesse che hanno declinato un'esperienza così universale e nel...


Reasons of State

by Alejo Carpentier & Frances Partridge

One of the most significant novels in Latin American literature, written by Cuba's most important modern novelist—to win a bet with Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

In the early 1970s, friends Gabriel García Márquez,...


Lost Luggage: A Novel

by Jordi Punti

Christof, Christophe, Christopher, and Cristòfol are four brothers—sons of the same father and four very different mothers—yet none of them knows of the others’ existence. They live in four different...


Call Me Brooklyn

by Eduardo Lago & Ernesto Mestre-Reed

Through an ingenious structure that jumps from narrator to narrator and spans decades, Call Me Brooklyn follows the life of Gal Ackerman, a Spanish orphan adopted during the Spanish Civil War and raised in Brooklyn,...


At Close Quarters

by Eugenio Fuentes & Martin Schifino

Captain Olmedo, an high-ranking officer in charge of dismantling the city's military headquarters, is found dead in his house - shot through the chest by a bullet from his own gun. His daughter Marina does not...


The Infatuations

by Javier Marias & Margaret Jull Costa

A New York Times Book Review Notable Book, NPR Great Reads, and Onion A.V. Club Best Book of 2013

Each day before work María Dolz stops at the same café. There she finds herself drawn to a couple who is also...


The Underdogs

by Mariano Azuela, E. Munguia Jr. & Ana Castillo

Hailed as the greatest novel of the Mexican Revolution, The Underdogs recounts the story of an illiterate but charismatic Indian peasant farmer’s part in the rebellion against Porfirio Díaz, and his subsequent...


The Sound of Things Falling: A Novel

International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award 2014

by JuanGabriel Vasquez

* National Bestseller and winner of the 2014 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award

* Hailed by Edmund White as "a brilliant new novel" on the cover of the New York Times Book Review

* Lauded by Jonathan Franzen,...


The Informers

by Juan Gabriel Vasquez

From the author of The Sound of Things Falling, a "brilliant new novel" (New York Times Book Review) and one of the most buzzed about books of the year!

"One of the most original new voices of Latin American...


The Savage Detectives

by Roberto Bolano & Natasha Wimmer

New Year's Eve, 1975: Arturo Belano and Ulises Lima, founders of the visceral realist movement in poetry, leave Mexico City in a borrowed white Impala. Their quest: to track down the obscure, vanished poet Cesárea...


2666

National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction 2008

by Roberto Bolano & Natasha Wimmer

THE POSTHUMOUS MASTERWORK FROM "ONE OF THE GREATEST AND MOST INFLUENTIAL MODERN WRITERS" (JAMES WOOD, THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW)

Composed in the last years of Roberto Bolaño's life, 2666 was greeted across...


Ripper

by Isabel Allende

The Jackson women, Indiana and Amanda, have always had each other. Though their bond is strong, mother and daughter are as different as night and day. Indiana, a beautiful holistic healer, is a free-spirited...


Blood Tango

by Annamaria Alfieri

It is the most dramatic and tumultuous period in Argentina's history. Colonel Juan Perón, who had been the most powerful and the most hated man in the country, has been forced out of power. Many people fear...


The Dark Bride

by Laura Restrepo

Once a month, the refinery workers of the Tropical Oil Company descend upon Tora, a city in the Colombian forest. They journey down from the mountains searching for earthly bliss and hoping to encounter Sayonara,...


The Days of the Rainbow

by Antonio Skármeta

Nico, the son of a noted Chilean philosophy professor, witnesses his father’s arrest while he is teaching a class. Bettini, the father of Nico’s best friend, is a leftist advertising executive who has been...


My Fathers' Ghost Is Climbing in the Rain

by Patricio Pron & Mara Faye Lethem

The anticipated American debut of one of Granta’s Best Young Spanish-Language Novelists: a daring, deeply affecting novel about the secrets buried in the past of an Argentine family.

A young writer, living...


Where There's Love, There's Hate

by Adolfo Bioy Casares, Silvina Ocampo & Suzanne Jill Levine

A witty yet gripping pastiche of murder mysteries set in an Argentine seaside resort, peppered with literary allusions

In seaside Bosque de Mar, guests at the Hotel Central are struck by double misfortune: the...


No Variations

by Luis Chitarroni & Darren Koolman

A dizzying look at the backrooms of literature, with petty squabbles, long-nurtured grudges, envied or undeserved prizes, failing publishers, and self-important critics, The No Variations is a serious game,...


La Vida Doble

by Arturo Fontaine

Set in the darkest years of the Pinochet dictatorship, Fontaine's best-selling novel explores the dilemma of Lorena, a leftist militant confronted with impossible choices. The book is a tale of violence, lofty...


Where the Air Is Clear

by Carlos Fuentes

My name is Ixca Cienfuegos. I was born and I live in Mexico City. Which is not so grave: in Mexico City there is never tragedy but only outrage. Thus begins Carlos Fuentes's first novel, unfolding a panorama...