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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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Besides getting lost in Perez-Reverte’s sentences — they are so well constructed — there would be times, I would reread a passage for the pleasure of rereading it. Mar 26, Alan rated it liked it. Barcelona a Madrid, de Cadiz a Gibraltar, ao longo das costas de Cartagena Needless to say, it is quite different from the one I’m used too!
I would recommend this to those who already love Reverte’s work, not to newcomers. 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. This is never a problem though. I can understand why many regular readers of Perez-Reverte did not enjoy this novel as much as some of his others.
Reverte is a Spanish journalist and TV reporter, who turned to writer and today the best-selling author in Spain and the best-selling Spanish author in the world. Coy recerte a dedicated, heartfelt, relentless, and seasoned sailor, more comfortable at sea on the high water than on land socializing with others. The man muses to himself about the sea.
I began to be greatly prez whenever the specific discussions of longitude, latitude, knots, ships, etcetera ended and returned to story narration. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Trivia About Crata Nautical Chart. Margaret Sayers Peden Translator. Deceitful even when you know you Him: Other characters are a couple treasure hunters trying to stop the two of them a subplot of violencescholars and professors in cartography and nautical studies, and El Piloto, the captain of the Sailboat they take.
The Nautical Chart by Arturo Pérez-Reverte
This was one of those last-minute-pick-something-up-for-the-plane choices. Quotes from The Nautical Chart. Tension is almost nonexistent as as a couple of mismatched souls join forces to find a sunken 17th- century ship. The female character is obviously a stereotypical dark lady, and she’s quite easy to predict, but her journey is still touching, and I was still able to become absorbed in the book, however slow it might be to others.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Miguel, a young psychiatrist working in Madrid, learns that his wife has just dumped him for no one else than his own father while he’s expecting his mother-in-law’s visit, who’s come to Perez-Reverte seemed to have higher literary ambitions than usual in this book, and it seemed to result in a slower-paced, more realistic drama compared to his normal fare.
This was nearly 15 years ago but I remember stubbornly giving it three different, very separate tries before finally giving up for good.
They talk about the sea. Tanger asks him for help: With all the mystery, intrigue and dangers you’d expect from such a story. So, just a dud. His novels have the common thread of being based on real historical times and acrta in each case a great deal of investigation goes into the making of his stories, as well as the fact that he has had to cagta a great deal on topics ranging from chess-playing to historical first-editions from 16th Century Dutch masters to Informatics and even swordsmanship.
No time for more than a brief note, alas. 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 edferica that were escerica me for a while after I stopped reading. It has its moments—a well-set-up ending twist, for example—but for the most part, it makes a vice of its virtues.
Eighth Grade breakout star Elsie Fisher shares what it was like landing her first Golden Globe nomination. However, his formula is one that is ideally built to please reverre aside from my past described issues with his “dark lady” complex, but I have much less of an issue with that than with drowning Ophelias, soso I don’t take issue with it. Edit Did You Know? A must must must read.
La Carta Esferica (the Nautical Chart )
If it hadn’t been written by Esfetica, I probably wouldn’t have picked it up; and yet Cafta did, because he wrote it, and I was, surprisingly, rewarded.
This escerica a treasure hunting tale. He started his journalistic career writing for the now-defunct newspaper Pueblo. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! The plot wanders through Spanish coastal towns as the intrepid pair sets out on a treasure hunt to locate priceless emeralds that went to the bottom on Coy, a sailor down on his luck, wanders into a nautical auction in Barcelona and witnesses a beautiful peez woman covered in freckles bidding on a rare historical map.
Il utilise ici une autre de ses grandes passions? Sep 05, M. 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.
It gives the book texture and perspective and a sort of nineteenth century feel. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin.
Still the writing is beautiful despite the exhaustive beginning. Arturi turns to assess this poorly dressed, not so handsome man. A few hundred pages later, the team of three is still searching.
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Was this review helpful to you? Um autor que se tornou num dos meus favoritos. Our protagonist is somewhat subdued, more inclined to watch the world than participate in it, due to past trauma. Unless one is very familiar with the terms, or has a higher than average interest in both fields.
It was like academic writing, where it was assumed the reader was already knowledgeable in the basics.