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Author: Bruno Tuesday 8 November 2022

In 2012, at the harshest moments of the Greek crisis, the young Rebeca Benveniste is completely alone and on the verge of eviction. His adored nona, his grandmother, has died, and with his studies of Hispanic Philology he cannot find any work to sustain himself. He then decided to travel to the small village of Alpartazgo, in the province of Zaragoza, where his Sephardic ancestors came from over five hundred years ago.

In the end of the 15th century, Vida Benveniste, the daughter of the butcher of the jueria de Alpartazgo, befriends Leonor de Lanuza, who belongs to the most powerful local noble family. Both are intrepid and intelligent and do not accept the constraints that mark them when professing different religions. Their lives will inevitably run through very different beds, but over and above creeds and social impositions their friendship will always prevail, loose with deep feelings.Two vibrant and luminous stories that are intertwined, filled with small and great stories of love, sex, friendship, humor, uprooting and motherhood. Because female friendship and sorority are the driving force of our lives.


Author: Sandra Bruna Tuesday 13 December 2016

Have you tried last winter’s clothes and you only like a scarf?

Do you have a terrible salary, capable of making you  laugh and cry?

Do your children drive you crazy (and not because of how much you love them, precisely)?

Is the WhatsApp group with your friends full of affectionate labels like “bitch” or “son of a bich”?

Is your husband an expert in aluding responsabilities?

Are there times you’d like to disappear from the world with a giant Nutella jar?

If you have answered “yes” to three or more of these questions, then there is no doubt: this is your novel. You urgently need a good dose of laughing and reading.

Get hooked on to the phenomenon #RespiraRebecca.

Rebecca, the protagonist of this novel, has three kids, a handsome husband with a tendency to slack off, an annoying and adorable mother, a shitty job and a group of friends that are totally crazy.

Rebecca thinks that problems are very rude. They have the ugly habit of appearing all together, without a warning.

Rebecca is imperfect, foul-mouthed, ingenious and sincere.

Maybe, she is just like you…


Author: Wednesday 29 October 2014

Ava is watching the news and is schocked when she sees her husband with a young girl sunbathing on the beach. The same shots are seen by Beatriz, the mother of the girl’s boyfriend. The conexion between Ava and Beatriz is a friend, Gladis. This situation is the basis on which Silvia Adela Kohan starts weaving the story of the friendship between the three women, who tell each other almost everything. They only hide feeling which they can’t say out loud. The dialogues in the book are remarkable because they reflect a generation of women who share ideals and contradictions.

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