Book Recommendations

Let me Recommend.. Latinx Books #Latinxheritagemonth

Happy Latinx Heritage month! as some of you may know I’m from Venezuela … that’s my heritage right there. So, who better to recommend books written by Latin American authors, right?

My Blog is mainly YA and romance with the occasional exception but I want to branch out a little not only in the books I read (which believe it or not.. It’s not just romance) but also in the books I recommend.. 

Quick reminder: I run a customized TBR service for those interested in a monthly TBR catered to your taste.. where you give the criteria and get all the information on where to buy the book, sales, libraries.. and in some cases the book itself.. it doesn’t matter how over the top the request I’ll try to find the right book for you. For more information just send me an E-mail @ chellesbookrambling@gmail.com.

Let’s get to the books, and we are going to start with some classics.. Just FYI these are books that I have read and loved.. there are so many other great Latin American Writers to chose from but for now I’m sticking with what I know is top quality

Classics

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  • Tales of Love, Madness and Death by Horacio Quiroga — Or as it is called in Spanish Cuentos de Amor, Locura y Muerte, This is the perfect read for every horror fan out there. It’s a series of short stories, one creepier than the other.. and the genius of them it’s that you actually believe that they can happen to you.
  • Hopscotch by Julio Cortazar — Rayuela in Spanish, this is a story filled with metaphors and the richness of the prose and style of Cortazar.. not to be missed.
  • Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despear by Pablo Neruda — If you are a poetry lover this collection it’s not to be missed… Neruda’s poetry is so rich and beautifully crafted that it feels like magic on a page.
  • The Invention of Morel by Adolfo Casares — This one will call to the Science Fiction reader out there.. a very unique story, rich with imaginary.

On the Newish side

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  • It Would be night in Caracas by Karina Sainz Borgo — La Hija de la Española in Spanish, if you are interested in finding out a country’s reality (Venezuela) through fiction.. this is the Story I would suggest.. very hard hitting and eye opening for those unaware of what other people go trough every day.
  • Incendiary by Zoraida Cordova — Did you think I wouldn’t recommend fantasy this time around? Great read fast paced and full of adventure.
  • In the Time of the Butterflies by Julia Alvarez — Historical fiction at its best.. it will break your heart.
  • The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende — I’m not a huge Isabel Allende fan but the books by her I do enjoy I will push you to read… this book being one of those, it’s a heartwrenching love story that spans seventy years…
  • Next Year in Havana by Channel Cleeton — Another Historical fiction that’s been quite popular and with every reason…
  • You had me at Hola by Alexis Daria — A book set in the world of Telenovelas.. this was funny and adorable and so much fun for someone like me who grew up watching telenovelas all the time..
  • Infinity Son by Adam Silvera — A bit of Sci/fi, a bit of fatasy and a lot of heart..

These are my recommendations for #latinxheritagemonth but these are great books to read anytime, a little spice for your reading.. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

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As Always

Happy Reading

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