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Russell Hoban – The Mouse and his child

Not only a children's fairytale The mouse and his child written by Russel Hoban is not a children’s fairytale. It is the story of...

Giorgio Olivari – Nenad

Grandma went to town yesterday and never came back. What happened? I don’t know. Alma tells me not to worry. She says: “Don’t be scared,...

Mauro Covacich – The Bride

Seventeen stories of admirable normality This collection of seventeen stories features, among them, attacks perpetrated by an ordinary family man with a passion for...

Francesco Piccolo – The Desire to Be like Everyone

The right to be happy like everyone This book is neither a novel nor an essay, it’s a work that with brightness, and a very...

Giorgio Olivari – Do you remember?

Do you remember the interview day at the bank? Yes, when we met the director in the management offices, up at the last floor....

Liz Moore – Heft

An intense perception of the world  Arthur is a lonely man, who is at the mercy of his obesity; Kel is a young budding baseball...

Isaac Asimov – The End of Eternity

A precious stone of shinig ethic In order to fully enjoy this precious literary gem, we must undertake a small task, which entails going beyond...

Giorgio Olivari – The Relic

The small town at the foot of the Alps was pervaded by a thrill. The anniversary of the battle that had made every inhabitant...

Deborah Gambetta – The Embankment

  The banality of evil The novel’s incipit tells us that the protagonist is the destroyer of his own family. a clean way to get rid,...

Paul Auster, David Mazzucchelli and Paul Karasik – City of Glass

Improving a masterpiece This graphic novel represents the highest expression of what Hugo Pratt used to call “graphic literature”: it’s a graphic novel transposition of...