Monday, February 5, 2018
Havana.- "El Imperio de la Vigilancia", by the writer Ignacio Ramonet and published by the José Martí publishing house, was the book that reached the highest level of commercialization in Cuba during 2017.
This way, the aforementioned text accessed the Reader's Prize, awarded by the Cuban Book Institute to the best-selling material in the national market.
The list of 11 best-selling books also includes "Isla en Rojo, Historias Cubanas de Vampiros y Otras Criaturas Letales", by Rafael Grillo, published by Editora Abril; as well as "Yo Soy el Rufo y No Me Rindo", by Daniel Chavarría.
Other best sellers were "Más Allá de la Duda Razonable. El Asesinato de Kennedy y la Inculpación a Cuba," by Fabián Escalante and printed by Editora Politica, and "Del Béisbol Casi Todo", by Franger Reynaldo.
The list of best-selling books also includes
relationship also includes "Caleidoscopio con Vista al Futuro", by Carlos Duarte, from Editorial Gente Nueva; and "Orígenes de la Santería en Cuba. Transculturación e Identidad Cultural", by Nelson Aboy.