Allí, ve como Tánger Soto (Aitana Sánchez-Gijón) compra una carta esférica muy antigua, dibujada Arturo Pérez-Reverte (novel), Imanol Uribe (adaptation). La Carta Esferica (the Nautical Chart). Arturo Perez-Reverte, Author Alfaguara $ (0p) ISBN Tweet. More By and About This Author. La Carta Esferica Arturo Perez (ME LO MANDO WII). Uploaded by. lizbeth Camarena! “! ” # ” $ $ $ $% % ” $ & ” ‘(# ” # $ #! ” ” $ ” &) “! *!!)! #! #!.
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They are chased by an unscrupulous treasure hunter and his sidekick, an evil Argentinian dwarf and ex-torturer.
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Although much of the writing and story conclusion compensated for other less stellar aspects, readers would be better served trying another of his works. Learn more More Like This. Coy is a typical sailor who is living lost on the land.
In fact, it would have been completely predictable by synopsis alone. So, just a dud. Love, ambition, treason and death clash in a neverending search for a city built with gold.
A certain amount of this is effective. The Nautical Chart 5. Anyway, its is compensated with the great performances from main castand fine support castinterpreters who artuuro a considerable boost to the result. Tanger asks him for help: But it was not long before the academic discussions began again in earnest.
La Carta Esferica (the Nautical Chart )
Things moved along for these last thirty or so pages at a satisfying pace, with substantial suspense, and concluded with an ending that I really appreciated. It lacks much of the sustained suspense and intrigue you get in some of his better known works. Dec 22, Miranda rated it it was amazing Shelves: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Share this Rating Title: The protagonist of this piece is a down and out sailor, who ends in helping a mysterious woman find maps that will supposedly lead to buried treasure.
Lists with This Book. Drawn to her beauty, Coy will deny her nothing.
I guess it should be acknowledged that even good authors strike out now and then. He follows after her as if he has no power over his own mind, pretty much doing anything he is ka. Quotes from The Nautical Chart.
On July 23 ofthe Duchess of Alba, the richest and most liberated woman of her time, offers a gala to inaugurate her new palace. The man muses to cartta about the sea. I only have one word to describe how my younger self felt while reading it back then: The thing that struck me most about this book is the pacing. Depois de ter lido a sinopse, parti para a leitura deste livro com uma enorme expectativa.
The Nautical Chart
Coy, our protagonist, wants to live his life like heroes in ancient epics and classic movies, but he is reminded that novels and movies do not always end happily.
Use the HTML below. As soon as I began reading, I recognized his voice. The virtues in question include an admirable integration of jazz into the narrative, a deft connecting of back story with the main narrativ My first encounter with Arturo Perez-Reverte was The Fencing Master, with which I was quite taken.
Edit Did You Know? Half truths and hidden meanings. Jan 28, Song rated it it was amazing. Soon she has aligned Coy to her cause, to help her find a sunken ship, the Dei Gloria, one that sank over years ago.
Typically I love the writing and style of Arturo Perez-Reverte, but this novel started a bit slooowww—not my favorite novel of his. Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? I remember that one aspect of the The Fencing Master I admired was the depth of his knowledge of fencing technique, terminology, process—art.
The amount of research the author must have done must be massive and the book is all the better for it. I guess it On the cover of this edition is a blurb from The Washington Post: Speaking of the end: You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. If it hadn’t been written by Perez-Reverte, I probably wouldn’t have picked it up; and yet I did, because he wrote it, and I was, surprisingly, rewarded.
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