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El susurro de la mujer ballena is the story of Verónica, a successful and attractive woman of 42, who works as a journalist. One night, in the plane that carries her to Lima (Perú), Veronica realises that sitting next to her there is an extremely fat woman, who even needs a special seat belt. After a while, she finds out that the woman is Rebeca, an old school mate. They haven’t seen each other for some 25 years. They begin... - Read more

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'''La hora azul', by Alonso Cueto, is a magnificent novel that describes the sequels of ten years of civil war and terrorism with lucidity and fantasy'' Mario Vargas Llosa. Alonso Cueto’s Grandes miradas (Big Gazes), is set in Peru during the final months of President Fujimori’s dictatorship, and begins telling the true story of Guido Pazos, a judge assassinated in the year 2000 for his refusal to succumb to corruption. (Cueto has... - Read more

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The war with Sendero Luminoso (The Shining Path) has left scars in Arturo and Delia. Both wish to forget what they did and what they were forced to do in Ayacucho, while trying to rebuild their lives in Lima, a city determined to remind them that their wounds are still open. He is now a taxi driver and she a hairdresser, but what they really are deep down is marked by their destinies and their dreams, and with how they cope with their blame and... - Read more

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Searching for love in a city of certain classes and customs can be a cruel practice. In his habitual erotic exercise, Gustavo hoped to find everything but happiness in a lover. Lali, his wife, can tolerate certain adventures as long as they don’t break the marital routine of a high-society couple. While each of them places the necessary bets to get what they long for, it is inevitable that they will violate the fine line that divides... - Read more

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This is Madrid’s great novel. Its history, its epic, its daily life. Belonging to all, Madrid was never anyone’s. Therein lies its greatness and its simplicity, its pride and humbleness, its revolutionary character and its dignity. Through three fascinating family sagas, Antonio Gómez Rufo traces the gripping literary tale of Madrid, from a morning in 1565, in which the youngsters Juan Posada, Alonso Vázquez and... - Read more

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