The 10 most borrowed books in Vitoria libraries

He thriller and Spanish authors continue to conquer the Gasteiztarrak. Once again this year, crime novels are the preferred genre among adult users of municipal libraries during the first half of 2024. Historical novels and manga are also popular.

Among the most read adult authors in the Top 10 we find Juan Gómez Jurado, Sonsoles Onega, Javier Castillo and Eva García Saenz de Urturi. Although the loans of literature for adults come to nothing if we go to children’s and youth literature, which you can see below.


1 Everything comes back, by Juan Gómez Jurado (99 loans)

The thriller Everything returns It is the continuation of the novel Everything burns. The story continues where the first book ended, but with the same intrigue as always. As in the previous one, Aura Reyes and Mari Paz are the protagonists.



2 The Maid’s Daughters, by Sonsoles Onega (99 loans)

The novel, winner of the 2023 Planeta Prize, immerses us, with the cadence of stories told by the fire, in an exciting story in a remote manor in Galicia.

The daughters of the Cirada de Sonsoles Onega

3 Vinland Saga, by Makoto Yukimuri (90 loans)

Vinland Saga is a manga series written and illustrated by Makoto Yukimura. The story is set in the Danelaw region in the 11th century and is based on several Icelandic sagas: the Flateyjarbók, the Saga of the Greenlanders and the Saga of Erik the Red. It tells the story of Thorfinn on his way to avenge the death of his father in battle.

Vinland Saga by Makoto Yukimuri



4 The Crystal Cuckoo, by Javier Castillo (85 loans)

A new suspense novel that takes us to New York and the story of a young woman who is going to find out who her heart transplant donor was.

The glass cuckoo by Javier Castillo

5 The angel of the city, by Eva García Sáenz de Urturi (81 loans)

Kraken is already back in the capital of Alava. The character of the saga The white city This time he travels to Venice in the novel The Angel of the City where he will face the most complex crossroads of his life: resolving the past or betting on the future.

The angel of the city

6 Hell, by Carmen Mola (81 loans)

Hell is a thriller set between Madrid and Havana in 1866 full of murders and moments of drama. Carmen Mola is the pseudonym with which the Spanish writers Jorge Díaz, Agustín Martínez and Antonio Mercero published the saga of novels that began with The gypsy bride in the Alfaguara publishing house starting in 2018, with the character of Inspector Elena Blanco as the protagonist.

The hell of Carmen Mola

7 Truth or Dare, by Camilla Lackberg (79 loans)

Camilla Läckberg is Europe’s most important crime novel author, with more than 35 million books sold in more than 60 countries. This time she tells the story of four friends, Liv, Martina, Max and Anton who are eager to celebrate this New Year’s Eve together, having fun, drinking and flirting, while spying on their parents in the neighboring house. But they are no longer children: you have to take risks and break the rules.

Truth or Dare by Camilla Lackberg

8 Damned Rome: Julius Caesar’s conquest of power, by Santiago Posteguillo (79 loans)

After the monumental success of Rome is me, continues the saga about Julius Caesar. In Damn Rome We will now find the myth in the fullness of his political and military talent, ready to overcome any obstacle in his unstoppable conquest of power.

Damn Rome

9 Among the Dead, by Mikel Santiago (78 loans)

After the success of The liar and in the middle of the nightcomes the long-awaited closing of the “Illumbe Trilogy”: a masterful thriller, full of mysteries and surprising twists whose key could lie in the question that beats at the soul of this story: is it possible to bury a secret forever?

Among the dead of Mikel Santiago

10 The forgotten son, by Mikel Santiago (76 loans)

Aitor Orizaola is an Ertzaintza agent in low hours. While recovering at home from the violent resolution of his latest case – and facing a disciplinary file – he receives bad news. His nephew Denis, who years ago was almost a son to him, has been accused of murder.

The forgotten son of Mikel Santiago

Children’s and youth literature

Among the youngest, manga triumphs, and in fact Fairy Tail by Hiro Mashima is the most borrowed book (on 272 occasions), even above those of adult literature. He also surpasses Juan Gómez Jurado Tokyo Revengers by Ken Wakui (151 loans) and Dr Stone by Riichiro Inagaki (115 loans).

And in the TOP1 of children’s literature, Micky Mouse surprises: Play and Learn with Disney’s Mickey, it has been borrowed 149 times.

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