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  • Cover: What Is Progress - Aldo Schiavone

    Aldo Schiavone

    What Is Progress

    2021, pp. 128, $ 12.99
    Region: Italy
    Book collection: Europa Compass
    Does the idea of progress still apply to our times? If so, what does progress really mean? Today, many believe that progress is a word to be avoided, a relic from a past, the dangerous product of an era of intellectual naivety that would be best forgotten. Yet, the idea of progress is...
  • Cover: Brotherhood - Mohamed Mbougar Sarr

    Mohamed Mbougar Sarr

    Brotherhood

    2021, pp. 208, $ 12.99
    Region: Africa
    WINNER of the French Voices Grand Prize, Prix Ahmadou Kourouma, and Grand Prix du Roman Métis Mohamed Mbougar Sarr’s searing and thought-provoking debut novel, Brotherhood takes place in the imaginary town of Kalep, where a fundamentalist Islamist government has spread its brutal...
  • Cover: The Passenger: Berlin - AA.VV.

    AA.VV.

    The Passenger: Berlin

    2021, pp. 192, $ 14.99
    Region: Germany
    Book collection: The Passenger
    Fully-illustrated, The Passenger collects the best new writing, photography, art and reportage from around the world. IN THIS VOLUME: When the Circus Came to Town: The Resurrection of Potsdamer Platz by Peter Schneider・ Berlin Suite by Cees Nooteboom・ Tempelhof: A Field...
  • Cover: An Atlas of Extinct Countries - Gideon Defoe

    Gideon Defoe

    An Atlas of Extinct Countries

    2021, pp. 304, $ 14.99
    Region: Britain
    Book collection: Europa Compass
    Prisoners of Geography meets Bill Bryson: a funny, fascinating, beautifully illustrated – and timely – history of countries that, for myriad and often ludicrous reasons, no longer exist. “Countries are just daft stories we tell each other. They’re all equally implausible once...
  • Cover: Heaven - Mieko Kawakami

    Mieko Kawakami

    Heaven

    2021, pp. 192, $ 14.99
    Region: Japan
    Hailed as a bold foray into new literary territory, Kawakami’s novel is told in the voice of a 14-year-old student who subjected to relentless torment for having a lazy eye. Instead of resisting, the boy chooses to suffer in complete resignation. The only person who understands what he is going through...
  • Cover: The Tyranny of Algorithms - Miguel Benasayag

    Miguel Benasayag

    The Tyranny of Algorithms

    2021, pp. 128, $ 12.99
    Region: Argentina
    Book collection: Europa Compass
    AI, artificial intelligence, poses a great risk to democracy. Miguel Benasayag, a philosopher and psychoanalyst, warns of the great risk posed by big data  and algorithms deciding the direction of the world.  This book explores the relationship between human beings and machines and the...
  • Cover: Remote Sympathy - Catherine Chidgey

    Catherine Chidgey

    Remote Sympathy

    2021, pp. 464, $ 14.99
    Region: New Zealand
    Moving away from Munich isn’t nearly as wrenching an experience for Frau Greta Hahn as she had feared. Their new home is even lovelier than the one they left behind, and best of all – right on their doorstep – are some of the finest craftsmen from all over Europe, prepared to make for her and...
  • Cover: Friends & Dark Shapes - Kavita Bedford

    Kavita Bedford

    Friends & Dark Shapes

    2021, pp. 192, $ 12.99
    Region: Australia
    Grief is universal and eternal, yet how we deal with it—or how it deals with us—depends on who is grieving, when, and with whom. Losing a father isn’t easy. Neither is the split existence you live afterwards when you can still conjure up the past where he was alive and still having...
  • Cover: Nives - Sacha Naspini

    Sacha Naspini

    Nives

    2021, pp. 208, $ 12.99
    Region: Italy
    One of the most exciting new voices in Italian literature brings to life a hauntingly beautiful story of undying love, loss, and resilience, and a fierce, unforgettable new heroine Nives can’t seem to be able to shed a tear for her husband’s death. She didn’t cry when she found the...
  • Cover: Thirst - Amélie Nothomb

    Amélie Nothomb

    Thirst

    2021, pp. 96, $ 12.99
    Region: France
    In her twenty-eighth novel in as many years, best-selling Belgian novelist and international literary superstar Amélie Nothomb takes on a story for the ages: the life of Jesus. In a first-person voice as wry as it is wise, Nothomb narrates Jesus’s final days, from his trial to his crucifixion...

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