April 23 - International Book Day 2024

Shall we go for a book tour?

Discover the literary gems that our colleagues have shared on the occasion of International Book Day. From thrilling novels to inspiring essays… 

Your must-haves

@Carmen Honrado

I Confess, Jaume Cabrè and A Gentleman in Moscow, Amor Towles

The charm of these novels lies in their originality and in the main characters, who are free from stereotypes and impossible not to love Read more

@José Zurrón

The National Episodes, Benito Perez Galdós and Surrender, de Ray Loriga

A classic perspective alongside a contemporary one to journey through the History of Spain and dive into the deepest aspects of the human condition Read more

@Juan Manuel González

Trylogy Magma, Dogma and Éxodo, Lars lyer

Three faithful maps of the contemporary world (Magma, Dogma, and Exodus) that highlight the comical discord of everyday existence, far from erudition, far from ideas, far from success… Read more

@Marisa Gutiérrez

Incomplete Poetry, Wislawa Szymborska

An exquisite collection of poems from various books signed by Wislawa Szymborska, Nobel Laureate in Literature and one of the most original and dedicated voices in contemporary poetry Read more

@Lidia Almendros

The Eighth Life, Nino Haratischwili and The Illiterate Who Could Count,  Jonas Jonasson

One of drama and one of laughter... Read more

@Gemma López Coso

A Confederacy of Dunces, John Kennedy Toole

An unforgettable character, compared to none other than Alonso Quijano himself, from whom the author draws inspiration to dive into the depths of the human condition Read more

@Luis Aramendia

Stellar Moments of Humanity, Stefan Zweig

Great events in the History of Humanity and a visionary spirit converge in the words of Stefan Zweig, a monumental classic Read more

@Beatriz Camino

The Book Thief, Marcus Zusak

A magical proposition that combines the finest expression of fantasy with one of the historical episodes that has fiercely shaped the course of Humanity Read more

@Pablo Alcaraz

Paul McCartney The Biography, Peter Ames Carlin

The incredible story of a Liverpool boy whom, along with his friends, became one of the most important and popular musicians in the history of music Read more

@Jordi Delgado

Just Culture, Sidney Dekker

Learning from mistakes, enhancing safety, and creating an environment where individuals feel secure to report issues without fear of reprisals is what this book proposes, and much more Read more