An astonishing apocalyptic parable about the crash and fall of the Western world.
A lacerating, visionary book – vibrant, elegant writing. Two years after the success of La Caduta, the highly anticipated new novel from the 2013 Campiello Prize finalist.
A group of Jews hides on an island in Lake Trasimeno. The Germans are hunting them and their fate is in the hands of the islanders.
Partigiano Inverno, finalist at the Premio Calvino 2011, rewrites the Resistance after seventy years, elevating it to the status of paradigm of any shock breaking the everyday life, burning and hurting.
The journey of a man to a remote land to close his accounts with his past. A thrilling plot which reveals the talent of a secluded, maverick narrator.
More than 5000 copies sold, winner of Bagutta prize. The story of an influential Jewish family, from Proust’s Paris to Auschwitz camp.
A love story which is at once a reflection on the potential of narrative and an investigation into the destinies of Italy and of Europe.
Dreams, troubles and hopes for a family through the last forty years.
An intriguing mirror trick, between past and present, on women, their dependency in relationships and the fragile social safe net that does not really protect them.
Succesfully combining different styles and languages (from comedy to pop to splatter) Belluardo’s novel mirrors a greedy, cynical society so focused on devouring things, people and values in a continuous orgy, to become unaware of the real processes going on underneath the surface.
In a Naples harassed by fascism, the extraordinary courage of a woman who will save her beloved ones from the most terrific outcomes of war.
A postman passionate with love letters gets into the sentimental and political plots of a little town in Calabria. A poetic and revolutionary story, a novel about how dreams can change the world.
A poetic novel which tells the story of the encounter between the magic of the circus and the uncertain destinies of seven unfinished characters.