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Cover of the book 'Create or Die' by Andrés Oppenheimer.

"Create or die", the future of Latin America

In an era of uncertainty, "Create or die" poses some challenges that Latin Americans must consider to ensure job stability

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Sales of digital books grew during confinement

As a consequence of Covid 19, the sale of digital books became a good option to overcome mandatory confinement in much of the world

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"Sálvese quien pueda", the book about the future of work

 "Sálvese quien pueda" is the book that is showing that, even in a pandemic, the world of work is changing at a rapid pace

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Quarantined? Read interesting digital books on these platforms

Lovers of reading and those who would like to read, have various options to distract themselves online and for free.

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The 5 best books to start a business

If your desire is to start entrepreneurship, you can read some essential books to have a solid base when it comes to running your business.

Books on a shelf.

The 7 Harry Potter books, from worst to best

Harry Potter continues to be a cultural phenomenon. Therefore, we decided to review the books and order them from worst to best.

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Rich Dad Poor Dad: Why is the first book recommended to introduce you to finance?

Discover why it is the best work to introduce you to finance.

Cover of the books 'The Testaments' from Margaret Atwood and 'Three Women' from Lisa Taddeo.

5 bestsellers of 2019 written by women

Here are five bestseller books that were written by women during 2019, according to Amazon and The New York Times, that you should read in this new decade

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'Science in the soul': a book for rationalists

The book is a compilation of 42 essays that Richard Dawkins, a British scientist, has written throughout his career .

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To read or not to read an erotic novel?

'I am Eric Zimmerman' is the latest book of the erotic saga of the Spanish writer Megan Maxwell and has left women wanting more.

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'Revolution Sunday': The Cuban voice from the in-xile

Wendy Guerra exposes through a fiction novel the situation of several Cuban artists victims of ostracism, exile, and censorship.

Woman sleeping in her bed.

Do you know why it is important to understand your dreams?

Have you ever had a repetitive dream? Or someone who made you wake up with the feeling that there was some meaning behind it?

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‘The Butterfly Garden’: is there light at the end of the tunnel?

From the perspective of Maya, a young woman who was kidnapped, we are able to find this garden where each of the captive women is a butterfly

Spanish writer, Megan Maxwell.

Megan Maxwell and the power of women

LatinAmerican Post had the opportunity to speak with the famous author Megan Maxwell

La escritora estadounidense Toni Morrison.

Nobel-winning author Toni Morrison dead at 88

Morrison was given the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Barack Obama in 2012.

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‘One Thousand Nights Without You’: a love just like the movies

A controlling and obsessive man and an undecided woman are the perfect mix for a complicated story with endless nuances

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Latam Booklook: 'Maus' by Art Spiegelman

With drawings of humanized mice and in a graphic novel format, a son reconstructs the steps of his Jewish father in the Second World War

Book 'Mad toy' by Roberto Arlt

Latam Booklook: 'Mad toy' by Roberto Arlt

In the midst of poverty, Silvio tries to deal with his longings for intellectual and economic greatness in a savage society to which he does not adapt

Book 'A Condeferacy of Dunces' by John Kenedy Toole

Latam Booklook: 'A Confederacy of Dunces' by John Kenedy Toole

In this hilarious novel, human nature and capitalism are questioned based on its protagonist, Ignatius Rilley, a particular and emblematic character

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Latam Booklook: "Faces in the Crowd" by Valeria Luiselli

Reality and fiction are intermingled in this narration of a woman who is slowly getting along and whose life mixes with Gilberto Owen, the Mexican poet

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