Bookseller: Latin American Book Store [x]
Topic: Novel [x]
Puenzo, Lucía (Argentina, 1973-)
Rosario: Beatriz Viterbo Editora, (Col. Ficciones; 64), 2005.
184p., wrps. "9 minutos" reflects on childhood, youth, love, failure, fear, friendship, illness, death, and especially life. This is Lucía Puenzo's second novel. Her first more
Montero, Rosa (Madrid, 1951-)
Barcelona: Editorial Seix Barral, Editorial Planeta, 2015.
397p. "Novela de aventuras, política, ecológica, de fantasía y ciencia ficción, sobre la vida y la oscuridad de la muerte". The return of Bruna Husky more
Jeanmaire, Federico (Argentina, 1957-)
Buenos Aires: Editorial Seix Barral, Emecé Editores (Biblioteca Breve), 2007.
181p., wrps. "Papá" is a novel that explores the relationship between a son and father. Faced with the impending death of his father, a career more
Poniatowska, Elena (Mexico, 1932-)
México, D.F: Santillana Ediciones Generales, Alfaguara, Altea, Aguilar, 2005.
497p., wrps. "El tren pasa primero" tells the story of a man who was born in southern Mexico. He had never left the town, but more
Sicilia, Javier (Mexico, 1956-)
México, D.F: Editorial Jus, 2006.
145p., wrps. "Viajeros en la noche" chronicles a spiritual journey through the sands of the African desert that tests the faith of the protagonist. Along more
Sánchez, Luis Rafael (Puerto Rico, 1936-)
Guaynabo: Ediciones Santillana, 2007.
199p., wrps. "Indiscreciones de un perro gringo" is a political comedy that recounts the story of the First Dog of the United States during Bill more
Barba, Andrés (Madrid, 1975)
Barcelona: Editorial Anagrama, (Narrativas hispánicas, 597), 2017.
187p., wrps. "República luminosa" is a novel that begins with the startling appearance of thirty-two violent children of unknown origin, an event that completely disrupted more
Cabiya, Pedro (Puerto Rico, 1971-)
San Juan: Editorial Isla Negra, (Col. La Montaña de Papel), 2007.
60p., wrps. [Novel. This cross between erotic novel and science fiction is by the author of the story collections "Historias tremendas" (1999) and "Historias atroces" more
San Juan: Trabalis Editores, 2018.
325p., wrps. An original contribution to the Puerto Rican novel centering on the daily life of a marginalized family. A first novel. The author, a more
Moncayo, Alfonso Alexander
Managua: Aldilá editor, 2015.
223p., wrps. "Sandino: Relato de la revolución en Nicaragua" is an account of the revolution in Nicaragua by Colombian writer Alfonso Alexander Moncayo. First published more
Barcelona: Alfaguara, 2016.
409p., wrps. "La noche de los alfileres" is a thrilling crime novel set in Lima in the 1990s that tells the story of four friends more
México, D.F: Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, Alfaguara (Narrativa Hispánica), 2017.
279p., wrps. "El cuerpo eléctrico" is a novel set in 1876 in Mexico. President Profirio Díaz sends Deputy Cristino Lobatón to accompany Lucía Zárate, a more
Gómez Uribe, Verónica
Medellín: Fondo Editorial Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitana (Textos urbanos), 2016.
197p., illus., wrps. "Atapuma: el encuentro de los hijos del sol" is a novel that centers around Atapuma, a passionate young boy who is committed more
Santo Domingo: Editorial Santuario, 2016.
173p., wrps. In the novel "¡Oh, dios!", God walks along a congested US street and suffers from deep shock when he perceives the terrible environment more
Barcelona: Tusquets Editores (Colección Andanzas), 2016.
276p., wrps. ''Corazón amarillo sangre azul'' centers around two women: one is an aging, eccentric and well-known writer from Barcelona who suddenly shows up to more
Ruiz García, Daniel (Sevilla, 1976)
Barcelona: Tusquets Editores, (Colección Andanzas ; 892), 2016.
243p., wrps. "La gran ola" is the winner of the 2016 Premio Tusquets Editores 2016 in the category of novel, written by award winning Spanish more
Guerrero Cruz, Manuel Alejandro (Pinar del Río, Cuba, 1991)
Sevilla: Editorial Guatanamera, (Narrativa), 2017.
138p., wrps. "El pacto" is a novel that centers around Ernesto, a university student who establishes a complex and deep friendship with Alejandro, a young more
Martín del Campo, David
México, D.F: Editorial Planeta Mexicana, Tusquets Editores (Colección Andanzas), 2017.
308p., wrps. "La niña Frida" is a novel that begins when Antonio Negrín, a thirteen-year-old boy, is shot in his classroom. No one can explain more
Buenos Aires: Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, Reservoir Books (Reservoir Narrativa), 2018.
239p., wrps. After discovering that his wife is unfaithful, Andy leaves home. He mourns the breakup and feels additional anguish at being separated from his more
Paz Soldán, Edmundo (Bolivia, 1967-)
Miami: Alfaguara, Santillana USA, 2006.
299p., wrps. "Palacio Quemado" is a novel set in Bolivia during the 1970s. Written by Edmundo Paz Soldán, who is also the author of “Dochera” more