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Massimo Carlotto – Nothing, nothing more in the world

Main character: a middle-aged mother. Secondary characters: her husband, her daughter. Location: a working-class neighborhood in Turin. Time: today. Massimo...

Dan Simmons – The Terror

In 1845, the Erebus and the Terror, two English sailing ships, sail in search of the legendary Northwest Passage, but remain stuck in the...

Robert Crais – Taken

With Taken I renewed the pleasure of reading a story by Elvis Cole and his friend and partner Joe Pyke, who investigate the disappearance...

Luigi Meneghello – The Little Teachers

A Resistance that palpitates with humanity Luigi Meneghello tells his own experience during the first years of the war of Liberation, when still those who...

Serge Quadruppani – The Politics of Fear

None other than our world In his essay The politics of fear, what Serge Quadrupani shows us, as Wu Ming 1 say in the preface,...

Ilona Jerger – And Marx kept silent in Darwin’s garden

A novel that tells, with frequent flash-backs, the last years of two of the most important minds of the nineteenth century: Charles Darwin and...

Nicoletta Vallorani – Wolf Eyes

A Parable against prejudices The young Inuit Azùl wants to avenge the death of a friend killed by the Motherless, fierce and mysterious beings who...

Robert J. Conley – Geronimo. An American legend

Geronimo, an American legend. Twenty years ago, Walter Hill's movie was written by John Milius. I translated Robert J. Conley's novel, which was far...

Nicoletta Vallorani – Like a Whale

The value of “whaleness” The dolphin Ciro saves (or maybe not) the whale Alice, orphaned following the escape of the mother in front of the...

Richard Stark and Darwyn Cole – Slayground

Hard boiled afternoon lesson: Slayground (in Italian Luna-Parker) by Richard Stark (pseudonym of Donald E. Westlake). Very strained, all set in a disquieting amusement...
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