It is the month of November and temperatures begin to drop throughout Spain, including the Costa del Sol; nevertheless, here in Estepona, warm and temperate temperatures of between 20ºC and 22ºC are perceived. Here are perfect and clear days to enjoy a good reading, accompanied by a hot coffee in the area.
We invite you to try the coffee at Restaurant Carmen in Laguna Village, near the Engel & Völkers Estepona office. An elegant restaurant which benefits a cozy terrace with sea views perfect to enjoy a good coffee and an interesting book ...
In this space we offer our reading recommendations for the month of November, as we enter the final stretch of 2017 but a good book is endless.
• " Turtles All the Way Down " by John Green: Sixteen-year-old Aza never intended to pursue the mystery of fugitive billionaire Russell Pickett, but there’s a hundred-thousand-dollar reward at stake and her best and most fearless friend, Daisy, is eager to investigate.
• " Count Neville´s Crime" by Amelié Nothom: " Count Neville goes to the house of a clairvoyant to pick up his youngest daughter. The clairvoyant met her the night before in the forest, in fatal position and shivering cold. Apparently, the teenager had run away from the family castle. But before taking his daughter, the clairvoyant acclaims to Count Neville that he will soon hold a sumptuous gathering, which, obviously, he is aware of, and, at this gathering, he will kill one of the guests. "
• "The Labyrinth of Spirits" by Calos Ruíz Zafón: In the Barcelona of the late 50's, Daniel Sempere is no longer that child who discovered a book that would change his life between the passages of the Cemetery of Forgotten Books. The mystery of the death of his mother Isabella has opened an abyss in his soul of which his wife Bea and his faithful friend Fermín try to save.
Also, if you want to make a personalized research according to your tastes or recommendations, were commend you visit https://www.goodreads.com/ where you can find a specialized selection for you.