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The Silence of the Engine (Le Silence du moteur)

LITERARY FICTION To save his depressed teenage daughter, a father drives her around on the Los Angeles freeways, from early morning to late at night. When their wanderings end, the girl is saved and her father, alone and faced with himself, surrenders to the fragility and the beauty of life. Pierre and Romy. A father […]

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Save Me (Sauvez-moi)

SUSPENSE | CRIME Nicolas Thomas has just celebrated his fifty-second birthday when he goes out through the doors of the Clairvaux power station. After thirty years of incarceration, he is finally free. Nobody is waiting for him. Everyone he knew abandoned him a long time ago, ever since he was convicted of savagely murdering four […]

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Observing the Beauty of Nature (Devant la beauté de la nature)

PHILOSOPHY | NATURE WRITING Everyone is fascinated by the sight of the sunset, the seaside, the starry sky, the savannah or the mountains. Why do we have an aesthetic and not just utilitarian relationship with nature? Why do certain landscapes move us, soothe us, make us dreamy or joyful? To answer these questions, Alexandre Lacroix […]

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The Island Series (Eilandliefde-serie)

WOMEN’S FICTION Started as a daily serial on Facebook, the Island Series quickly gained a large, loyal and dedicated online fan base in The Netherlands and Belgium. The serial will now be published as a series of four interlinking books about friendship, love, and life’s burning questions against the beautiful backdrop of nature, beach and […]

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Rivers (Rivieren)

LITERARY FICTION In the three novellas that make up this book, the main role is assigned to the flowing water of the river. Here the river is the last refuge for a stranded life, an opening onto new worlds, or the distributor of worldly goods, love and power. In all three, Driessen demonstrates his great […]

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Birth and Death of the Housewife (Nascita e morte della massaia)

LITERARY FICTION | CLASSIC “The novel’s magisterial combination of forms—from the diary to the drama to the reading journal to the fable—indisputably earns Masino a place in the pantheon of great modernist masters.” — Review of Contemporary Fiction Paola Masino’s most controversial novel that provoked Fascist censorship for its critical portrayal of marriage and motherhood. […]

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The Connector’s Way. A Story About Building Business One Relationship at a Time

BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT | MOTIVATION “In a world where people are looking for the ‘one big thing’ that will change their fortunes, this book reminds us that ‘one big thing’ is rarely the answer. It is often a series of small things that make all the difference. Best of all, the small things that the […]

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Secrets of a Working Dog. Unleash Your Potential and Create Success

BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT | MOTIVATION “Written by a husband and wife team from the point of view of Bella, their happy boxer, this charming guide to success offers valuable life lessons aimed at helping readers enjoy well-balanced lives. The book’s commonsense advice originates from Bella’s experience: keep life uncomplicated, find out where your passion lies, […]

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Growth Hacking. Silicon Valley’s Best Kept Secret

BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT “A must read for any business owner that is serious about growing their business.” — Hanna & Mark, Owners of Lollaland (Shark Tank Season 3) “A clear framework for top-line growth and a treasure trove of clever ‘growth hacks’.” — David Krippendorf, President of kSafe (Shark Tank Season 6) “Delivers on the […]

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The Educators. What Philosophy Can Teach Muddling Parents (De Opvoeders. Wat filosofie de schipperende ouder kan leren)

PARENTING “The Educators is a very accessible book about parenting and everything that has been thought out and said about it throughout the centuries […] The ‘tergiversate-method’, which is discussed point by point in the final chapter, is interesting not only for parents, but for anyone assailed by serious doubts.” — Trouw “Faltering parents find […]

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