There is a good post over at NLM I want to reinforce.
NLM, which I am always happy to link, is making the observation that a book published the the Libreria Editrice Vaticana is going to be coming out in English.
The book is Il Concilio Ecumenico Vaticano II. Contrappunto per la sua storia (The Ecumenical Council of Vatican II: A Counterpoint to Its History). It will be published by the University of Scranton Press.
Here is a bit from NLM:
In this study, Marchetto critiques the so-called Bologna School which he says has done well in "monopolizing and imposing one interpretation" of the Second Vatican Council, presenting it as a kind of "Copernican revolution, the passing to… another Catholicism". He further critiques their interpretation of the Council as an event or "spirit", rather than looking at the Council through the lens of its official documents. It is in this historical context that Marchetto argues for the hermeneutic of continuity and against the hermeneutic of rupture.
Dissenting from prevailing "School of Bologna" interpretation of the Council, and also from the hermeneutic of rupture promoted by those "new theology" thinkers who split off into the Concilium/Rahnerian camp, Bp. Agostino Marchetto’s book offers a healthier perspective.
He challenges the dominant school of thought, and properly so.
I had many opportunities to speak with the author, with whom I lived for a few years, about the reception of the Council. Bp. Marchetto, a fine gentleman, kindly inscribed my copy. When it comes out in English, you would not make a mistake to read it.