Review:The art of war- Sun Tzu

Title: The Art of War Author: Sun Tzu Gender: Strategy / Treaty Number of pages: 112 Synopsis: It’s the best strategy book, being one of the most important Chinese classical texts, counting more than two thousand five hundred years old, this isn’t only a book of military practice, but a treatise that teaches the strategy of…

Review: Emotional intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ -Daniel Goleman

Title: Emotional Intelligence Author: Daniel Goleman Year of publication: 2009 Gender: Divulgative- Psychology Number of pages: 395 Publisher: Zeta Synopsis: The psychologist and journalist Daniel Goleman explains, because the emotional intelligence is more important than the intellectual coefficient, from reflections, cases and explanations from the research findings in the field of psychology and neuropsychology. In…

Review: The Rock Age Vol. 1 – Carlos Z Benitez

  Title: The Rock Age Vol. 1 Author: Carlos z Benítez Year of publication: 2013 Genre: Divulgative / music / Biographies   Synopsis: These are five volumes related to the history of Rock and Roll, although it’s not an easy task; writing about music has a high level of complexity, since it’s origin can have…

Review:To all the boys I’ve loved Before – Jenny Han

Title: To all the boys I’ve loved Before, Book 1 Author: Jenny Han Year of publication: 2014 Genre: Romantic Comedy / Romantic novel Number of pages: 384 Synopsis: This is the first book of a trilogy, here is the story of Lara jean a girl from home, lover of reading and things in vintage style,…

Billie holiday “Lady Day” 

Was born in Baltimore in 1915, she lived a very hard childhood his father musician left home and his very young mom couldn’t keep the burden, Billie grew up being very poor, so she moved to New York in 1929, where she falls into prostitution. From 1930 she began to earn a living singing in…

Naz Nomad and the nightmares

Naz Nomad and the nightmares was an alternative band created by the members of the damned in 1984, here they played garage rock covers with a psychedelic style. Using pseudonyms and different live characters   Dave Vanian as Naz Nomad – vocals Roman Jugg as Sphinx Svenson – guitars; also as Ulla – keyboards Rat…

Muddy Waters (the king of Chicago blues)

He was born in a cotton plantation in mississipi, 1915. At first he wanted to be a preacher, baseball player or musician, he decided to learn to play the guitar and harmonica by taking up Son House’s work. Between 1946 and 1948 he recorded his first songs and bought his first guitar using the characteristic…

Review: The GENNEU Proyect – Fernando Enrique Gonzalez

Title: The GENNEU Proyect Author : Fernando Enrique Gonzalez Year Of Publication:  2017 Literary genre : Science fiction Number of pages: 154 Synopsis This is a science fiction novel related by Hallerjack an intelligent boy that transports us to the world of modern physics, quantum mechanics, from functions related to the nature of the universe, through the…

The damned: how We made New rose

The Damned: How We Made New Rose “New Rose was a raw, visceral, classic three-minute pop song. My famous spoken intro – “Is she really going out with him?” – is from the Shangri-La’s Leader of the Pack, which I adored. “ – Dave Vanian  

Review: Just Kids-Patti Smith

Title: Just Kids Author: Patti Smith Year: 2010 Literary genre: Autobiography Number of pages: 278 Synopsis: This is the affecting autobiography of the American singer and poet Patti Smith who makes a brief tour of her childhood and adolescence focusing on the events that took her to New York in the 60s where she met…

Review : The man who mistook his wife for a hat – Oliver Sacks

Title: The man who mistook his wife for a hat Author: Oliver Sacks Year of publication: 1985 Literary genre : Anamnesis Editorial: Anagrama Number of pages:  319 Synopsis The British neurologist and writer Oliver Sacks describes throughout this book a series of carefully selected cases, which in a particular period of his profession were the most…

Review: Iron maiden – Ross Halfin

Title: Iron Maiden Author: Ross Halfin Year: 2008 Editorial: Magic Books Number of pages: 240 Synopsis: It’s a book that has at least 500 photographs taken by Ross Halfin during 27 years to the British band Iron Maiden in places like the Nashville rooms, Brighton top Rank, the Rainbow, Hammersmith Odeon and Rock and Rio. The shots…