• Happy people read and drink coffee

    14 January 2014

    The book is a moving story about sorrow, letting go and moving on.
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  • The four season

    14 January 2014

    The novel is an intruiging tale of music, love and the mysterious Antonio Vivaldi in sophisticated and romantic Venice.
  • The Price of Unequality

    14 January 2014

    There are moments in history where the population in all countries rebel against the statusquo and demand change. According to the prominant economist Joseph Stiglitz, the now is such a time and he discusses this in his new book, The Price of Unequality.
  • Love Lasts Three Years

    9 January 2014

    One of the most discussed, quoted and famour novels by Frederick Begbede, Love Lasts Three Years, will hit the Bulgarian bookstores on January 13.
  • #The Protest

    8 January 2014

    #The Protest is a collection of analyses and stands taken by the Bulgarian press and online media and it covers the first few months of the protests against the 42nd National Assembly, between June and September 2013.
  • The call of a happy coincidence

    8 January 2014

    The call of a happy coincidence, by Stanislava Cara is already in the Bulgarian bookshops by publishing house Ciela.
  • If you could see me now

    8 January 2014

    The new novel by Cecelia Ahern - one of the most exciting books of the author, claimed to be the queen of the modern fairytale.
  • Love, great like a cathedral

    7 January 2014

    The novel is a tale of a lyrical, inspiring and wild love. Kay Bartoldy works in a bookshop and Jonathan Shields is writing a travel guide. They communicate via letters and discuss their favourite authors and books. While doing so, they find they ...
  • Life form

    7 January 2014

    A new novel by the famous author Ameli Notombe. Her new novel is about the correspondence between Ameli and a military man in Baghdad, Melville Maple. She contemplates the link between author and reader and the notion of writing itself. Ameli ...
  • Omen

    3 January 2014

    Omen is a historical novel. It explores the life of Petar Delyan, grandson of tzar Samuil, one of the prominent figures in the Bulgarian history. A charismatic personality, he was crowned in 1040 and headed the largest rebellion in Bulgarian ...
  • Popular etymologies

    3 January 2014

    The meaning of lots of words and personal names, as well as their grammatical rethinking, has been explained in the dictionary Popular etymologies by professor Boris Parashkevov.
  • Red Moon

    3 January 2014

    The new unusual, supernatural thriller by Benjamin Percy is a combination of history and fiction, sort of a mirror of contemporary America to reflect its fears and prejudice.
  • Nations Matter: Culture, History, and the Cosmopolitan Dream

    3 January 2014

    In the 21st century crossing vast distances is easy. Boundaries between countries are a formality and people (especially young ones) seem to have lost their sense of identity and belonging. In this global world, the concept of nationalism helps us ...
  • What the dog saw: And other adventures

    3 January 2014

    What’s the difference between suffocation and panic? Why there are lots of different kinds of mustard but only one kind of ketchup? How football players teach us how to hire teachers? What does the hair dye tell us about the history of the 20th century?
  • Portnoy's Complaint

    20 December 2013

    After reading Portnoy's Complaint, you'll wonder whether you have come across so funny an American book!
  • The Hunting of the Snark

    20 December 2013

    The Hunting of the Snark (1876) is one of Lewis Carroll’s masterpieces. The poem tells the story of 8 gentlemen, a beaver and a boot who set out on a hunt for an unknown, but very scary, suspiciously delicious and extremely crafty beast. Their ...
  • The Cuckoo's Calling

    20 December 2013

    Robert Galbraight is a pseudonym for J.K. Rowling, the famous author of the Harry Potter sequence and the novel for adults, The Casual Vacancy. The Cuckoo’s Calling is an elegant, captivating thriller, which immerses the readers in the ...
  • The World before Yesterday

    20 December 2013

    When we talk about humanity’s past, we mean that formative period of our existence millennia ago, when the transition between tribal and traditional societies took place. This transition is so important and defining for our adaptation, that it ...
  • The Tale of the Ancestors

    20 December 2013

    The Tale of the Ancestors is a narrative of Earth’s ancient history – a life touched by the empirical miracle of the evolution and described by the distinct author and scholar Richard Dawkins.
  • In the World of Prada

    20 December 2013

    The year is 1977. A sophisticated lady, heiress of a lather business, who carries the ideas of feminism and the romantics of the communist idea and an ambitious entrepreneur, bags maker, meet at an international fair of lather garments in Milano. ...