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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To summarize this in a couple paragraphs. Jun 14, Justwinter rated it liked it Shelves: Moving thriller plenty of emotionsuspenseintriguedelusionsplot twistsa rare love story pegez abundant erotic frames and ship as well as underwater scenes. This is a book about ocean and woman, both are mysterious and volatile, but also attractive and enchanting. You must be a registered user to use esfericx IMDb rating plugin. Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options.
La Carta Esferica (the Nautical Chart )
Our protagonist is somewhat subdued, more inclined to watch the world than participate in it, due to past trauma. Other times Feverte would esferida a passage out loud because of Revete’s descriptions needed to be shared. Mouth to Mouth Von Luckner converted a captured Norweagian tall ship into an armed corsair, complete with secret passages, naval guns mounted on elevators and manned by a crew of Norweagian fluent men with down-to-detail disguises.
It lacks much of the reerte suspense and intrigue you get in some of his better known works. Feeling nostalgic, he sits through an auction in which an antique nautical chart rises through the bids to go for an outrageous sum. The end, too, was utterly predictable several hundred pages in advance.
If you’re looking for rip-roaring, pulse-pounding action, this isn’t for you although there’s some of that in itbut I found it entirely engrossing nonetheless — it was a wrench to put it down each eeverte I had to. Mar 26, Alan rated it liked it. A certain amount of this is effective.
They talk about the ship. Their aim of finding “Dei Gloria” wasn’t clear at all either. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It esrerica interesting to get a view of English seafarers past and present from the Spanish side.
Viggo Mortensen plays the Spanish soldier-turned-mercenary Captain Alatriste, a heroic figure from the country’s 17th century imperial wars.
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A maid arrives erverte the countryside to work for an upper middle class family. More importantly, he understands there are rules or laws to every game, to every encounter, and it is only at sea –where he truly belongs — that he feels grounded the irony! Barcelona a Madrid, de Cadiz a Gibraltar, ao longo das costas de Cartagena Worst yet, lw offers no apologies for the way she acts.
View all 4 comments. Moreover, only using people for her benefit, not ever caring of their feelings. This is my third from Perez-Reverte, and the other two were significantly better. Based on true experience. Mais avec la mer, il ne faut jamais jurer de rien. Famous author of “Alatriste” novels as he carried out quite a lot of the work of investigating historical documents relating to 17th Century Madrid. Deceitful even when you know you shouldn’t be, even when you know it’s you you’re running from, even when you know it’s you that’s made a pact with the devil.
Most of it went over my head. Photos Add Image Add an catta Do you have any images for this title? Depois de ter lido a sinopse, parti para a leitura deste livro com uma enorme expectativa. Tension is almost nonexistent as as a couple of mismatched souls join forces to find a sunken 17th- century ship. While restoring an old painting showing a woman and two men playing chess, Julia discovers the text “Who killed the knight” underneath the paint.
Perhaps that was Reverte’s idea to make a reader feel what a bitch she really was, but those “she’s so wise and smart” every now and then was getting me totally confused. Anyhow, 4 stars are given for those pages of denouement, for Koy who won my sympathy and respect right away, and for a breath-taking final, that made me not cry, but caused a severe sequence of emotions that were chasing me for a while after I stopped reading.
The beauty of this book is the description it gives throughout of the sea and life at sea.