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The Angel of Munich (L’Angelo di Monaco)

HISTORICAL FICTION | HISTORICAL THRILLER  The Angel of Munich is a historical thriller centered around the murder of Angelica Raubel, Hitler’s niece in Munich in 1931. The death of Angelica ‘Geli’ Raubal is a historical fact. However,  we do not know with certainty how things went on 18 September 1931 on the second floor of […]

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A Different Take On the Climate (Un autre regard sur le climat)

COMICS A rigorously accurate book that is sassy and funny too. — Daniel Tanuro Emma was already a passionaria for both women’s rights and refugees. And now the popular blogger Emma has taken on climate change. What are the causes and effects of global warming? What is the carbon tax? Based on a range of […]

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Life in the Woods (La Vie dans les Bois)

ESSAY | NATURE WRITING A book that suggests self-discovery through the discovery of nature. – Le Magazine de la santé – France 5″ To read. Because we find ourselves in this story of retirement in the wilderness in which the narrator looks like us. — Stylist Magazine Assumed city-dweller Jennifer Murzeau went off to live […]

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Stronger than any Goodbye (Più forte di ogni addio)

YOUNG ADULT NOVEL Book by book, Enrico Galiano has become an idol to his readers. There is no-one who can talk to adolescents and adults alike using universal language of emotions. It’s important to say what you feel and say it at the right moment. This is what Michele and Nina are about to discover, […]

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The Lingering Sound of the Waves (È il suono delle onde che resta)

NOVEL|WOMEN’S FICTION It’s Christmas Eve on a remote island in the middle of a dark sea. Caterina is an eccentric old woman, an artist who has chosen for herself a life of solitude. She lives secluded in her house on the cliff, a place where she brings to life her works of art. Suddenly, she […]

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The Specter (O Espectro)

NON-FICTION| POLITICS| BIOGRAPHY  What led a rich country with the largest oil reserves on the planet and a strategic location to the biggest financial and institutional collapse of the West? The destruction of Venezuela is only the most obvious face of an intricate network of political and criminal organizations that were either created or sponsored […]

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The Division (La Partition)

LITERARY FICTION An extremely ambitious literary saga. This thrilling novel is carried by a powerful writing, filled with metaphorical nuggets.  — David Foenkinos, L’Express The third novel by Diane Brasseur unfolds with a narrative mastery to form a large and generous family fresco. — Point de Vue Centered around a flamboyant heroine, her husbands, her […]

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Ordinary Heroes. How to Turn Personal Suffering into a Collective Success (Héros ordinaires. Comment transformer une épreuve personnelle en réussite collective)

ESSAY| SOCIETY  They repaired the world. They’re designing a positive society. The feat of the eight “ordinary heroes” of this book was not accomplished in a day — far from it. They suffered a hard blow, went through hardship, and turned it into something great for all of us through courage, energy and altruism, often […]

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How We’re Going to Save the World. Manifesto for Climate Justice (Comment Nous Allons Sauver le Monde. Notre Affaire à Tous)

MANIFESTO The most-signed petition in French history. — Les Inrocks Everybody’s Business has filed lawsuits against individual governments and the European Union, against multinational corporations and those who fund them. So far,over two million citizens have signed the Affaire du siècle (Case of the Century) petition,which supports the lawsuit against France for climate inaction. Our […]

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The Ladies Man (De Meisjesmagneet)

Reinout Hollebeecq, prim, proper and slightly insecure, is moving to Amsterdam to study Dutch. He dreams of love, but doesn’t dare believe that he could ever be taken seriously by a girl. His only escape is music; he’s a wonderful pianist and singer, but restricts himself to classical music. In Amsterdam, Reinout moves into an […]

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