KINDLE [La sangre ajena]

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La sangre ajena Free read ñ 105 To the scene of the events to spend an innocent summer studying for law exams As he goes about his work he unwittingly awakens the ghosts haunting both Mara Antonia and the doctor and through their memories the passionate stories of the past unfurl before the reader De Lope brilliantly reveals his incredible story through flashes of memory and emotion told in a winding torrent that expresses the cumulative nature of both history and nostalgia. There isn t really much of a plot but the plot that is there plays out exactly how you think it will Except there is no real explanation of the arrangement between Maria and Isabel It s readable but not what I would call gripping or compelling Ambitious Love you think it will Except there is no real explanation of the arrangement between Maria and Isabel It s readable but not what I would call gripping or compelling

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La sangre ajena Free read ñ 105 In the Basue Country in northern Spain just before the Civil War three men in dinner suits stop for a drink at a bar before continuing on their way to a wedding Their trip is interrupted when their leader the wealthy Don Leopoldo has a stroke in the restroomThis event bizarre and undignified though it is begins to weave together the lives of two remarkable women the bride the beautiful and distinguished Isabel Cruces and Mara Antonia Etxarri t. The Wrong Blood is the story of two women of different classes in Spain s Basue country Maria Antonia Etxarri the young daughter of a local innkeeper and Isabel Cruces Hernandez who comes from a family of wealth and influence During the Spanish Civil War 1936 1939 their individual tragedies unexpectedly bring and then bind them together for the rest of their lives Isabel falls in love with and marries an army captain who is killed shortly afterwards leaving behind not only Isabel but her unborn child Maria Antonia only a teenager is raped when a group of soldiers take shelter at her father s inn The local doctor Felix Castro is the central figure connecting them both In the present Miguel Goitia law student and Isabel s grandson is spending time at his grandmother s estate which now belongs to Maria Antonia a sanctuary of peace and uiet while he is preparing for his bar exam His very presence there brings out memories of old wartime secrets that Miguel is not privy to and Castro is torn between telling him the truth about things or letting old memories lie dormant It is also a story about loss grief the nature of class distinction and as Dave Boling author of Guernica and one of the blurbers wrote about human survival at desperate timesIn terms of the writing the direction of the plotline is a bit obvious once you begin reading but that hardly matters in the long run I only rarely find an author whose prose is so elouent that I want to read the book again just to appreciate its beauty And considering this is a translated version well I can only imagine how absolutely wonderful it must be in the original Spanish The story is paced very well it starts a bit slow setting the overall tone immediately while allowing the reader to absorb and appreciate small details that might otherwise be overlooked The sense of time and place is evoked largely through the use of flashbacks which take the reader seamlessly and skillfully through the hardships of war into the present and back again without causing any interruption to the overall flow of the story It is a book that will you find difficult to put down until the very endI recommend this novel to people who enjoy Spanish novels in translation and who truly appreciate the beauty of the written word It s definitely not a book for those who want something uick and easy nor is it an action packed novel that once you ve read you ll forget like so much fiction that s out there on bookstore shelves at the moment It s a book to be enjoyed slowly and kept on your shelf to visit again some day The Nightingale Girls young daughter of a local innkeeper and Isabel Cruces Hernandez who comes from a family of wealth and influence During the Spanish Civil War 1936 1939 their individual tragedies unexpectedly bring and then bind them together for the rest of their lives Isabel falls in love with and marries an army captain who is killed shortly afterwards leaving behind not only Isabel but her unborn child Maria Antonia only a teenager is raped when a group of soldiers take shelter at her father s inn The local doctor Felix Castro is the central figure connecting them both In the present Miguel Goitia law student and Isabel s grandson is spending time at his grandmother s estate which now belongs to Maria Antonia a sanctuary of peace and uiet while he is preparing for his bar exam His very presence there brings out memories of old wartime secrets that Miguel is not privy to and Castro is torn between telling him the truth about things or letting old memories lie dormant It is also a story about loss grief the nature of class distinction and as Dave Boling author of Guernica and one of the blurbers wrote about human survival at desperate timesIn terms of the writing the direction of the plotline is a bit obvious once A Certain Je Ne Sais uoi you begin reading but that hardly matters in the long run I only rarely find an author whose prose is so elouent that I want to read the book again just to appreciate its beauty And considering this is a translated version well I can only imagine how absolutely wonderful it must be in the original Spanish The story is paced very well it starts a bit slow setting the overall tone immediately while allowing the reader to absorb and appreciate small details that might otherwise be overlooked The sense of time and place is evoked largely through the use of flashbacks which take the reader seamlessly and skillfully through the hardships of war into the present and back again without causing any interruption to the overall flow of the story It is a book that will Pleins feux sur le tutu you find difficult to put down until the very endI recommend this novel to people who enjoy Spanish novels in translation and who truly appreciate the beauty of the written word It s definitely not a book for those who want something uick and easy nor is it an action packed novel that once Bogwoppit you ve read Middle School The Worst Years of My Life you ll forget like so much fiction that s out there on bookstore shelves at the moment It s a book to be enjoyed slowly and kept on The Day Louis Got Eaten your shelf to visit again some day

Free read á PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ï Manuel de Lope

La sangre ajena Free read ñ 105 He bar owner's adolescent daughter Shortly after the outbreak of the war Mara Antonia is raped and Isabel's newlywed husband Captain Julen Herraiz is shot Both women find themselves violently altered alone and pregnant A crippled but wise local doctor is the only witness to the mysterious silent agreement these women conclude in the loneliness and desperation of their mutual suffering Many years later a young student grandson to Isabel returns. The Wrong Blood opens in a small Basue village at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War alternating between 1930s Spain to present This is the first book of de Lope s to be translated into English and I am eager to read Literary and exuisite


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    KINDLE [La sangre ajena] The Wrong Blood is one of those novels I really wanted to love but left me feeling flat Several days after finishing the story I am not uite certain what Mr de Lope was trying to accomplish Was he trying to tell a story about the impact of the Civil War or was it a study of humankind and their reactions to adverse conditions? I suspect the answer is both things but the fact that I am not 100 percent certain about it leads me to c

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    KINDLE [La sangre ajena] Free read á PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ï Manuel de Lope The Wrong Blood is the story of two women of different classes in Spain's Basue country Maria Antonia Etxarri the young daug

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    KINDLE [La sangre ajena] Manuel de Lope ï 5 review This is really a 15 rating but I can't in good conscience give it the same number of stars that I have 50 Shades of Grey so whatevsThere's no doubt that this is a beautifully written book Full of poignant observations about life and such Definitely flowery and could haveshould have been toned down A lotBut there's an obvious probl

  4. says: KINDLE [La sangre ajena] Free read á PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ï Manuel de Lope Manuel de Lope ï 5 review

    Read & Download La sangre ajena KINDLE [La sangre ajena] Manuel de Lope ï 5 review When I started to read this book I was worried that I'd tackled it too soon after reading The Lacuna by Barbara Kingsolver The Wrong Blood was also a steak of a book and Manuel de Lope created a beautifully written story that translated incredibly wellThe story centers are three main people Maria Antonia Etxarri the daughter of a former innkeeper from a nearby town; Dr Felix Castro a young crippled doctor; and

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    KINDLE [La sangre ajena] Manuel de Lope ï 5 review Free read á PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ï Manuel de Lope The Wrong Blood opens in a small Basue village at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War alternating between 1930s Spain t

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    Read & Download La sangre ajena KINDLE [La sangre ajena] Free read á PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ï Manuel de Lope It was my great pleasure to work on this stunning book The key is to surrender to the prose wade into the descriptions and let the story unfold in its slow magnificent way

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    KINDLE [La sangre ajena] The Wrong Blood is a beautifully written and translated novel by Spanish author Manuel de Lope Set in both the dark days of the Spanish Civil War and in current day Spain the story slowly rolls out of two women both greatly affected by the war and the aftermath A wealthy young bride who loses her husband in the war and a lowly born servant Isabel and Maria Antonia live a life together with the daughter of on

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    KINDLE [La sangre ajena] Manuel de Lope ï 5 review Free read á PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ï Manuel de Lope This book was just okay I figured out what the entire secret was very early on and I felt the pacing to be excruciatingly slow I don't know if this was something that was because of the translation or if it was just the nature of the plot The setting and character building was well done and very melancholic and dreamy whic

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    KINDLE [La sangre ajena] Free read á PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ï Manuel de Lope There isn't really much of a plot but the plot that is there plays out exactly how you think it will Except there is no real explanat

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    Read & Download La sangre ajena KINDLE [La sangre ajena] Manuel de Lope ï 5 review Manuel de Lope's The Wrong Blood is tough to review without giving up the ghost literallyIt is the story of three people bound by a

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  • Paperback
  • 288
  • La sangre ajena
  • Manuel de Lope
  • English
  • 07 September 2020
  • 9781590513095