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Algo en la historia me hizo sentir cómo cuando vi la película "One day"Cuando empiezas a leer este libro sabes una cosa, Claudia se está muriendo y esta es su despedida. Su desolación al sentir que se acerca el final y no puede hacer nada para evitarlo. Lees su historia y su caminar desde que conoció a Ismael, el amor de su vida.
Una historia de amor muy sutil, romantica. Nos envia el mensaje de lo importante que es expresar nuestro amor. Vivir la vida cada dia lo mejor que podamos. Nos llevas a conocer lugares con tu narrativa. Me transporta a viajar junto a la historia. Paris, La Toscana, NY, Bali. etc.. Me gusta muchisimo las frases tuyas o de otros autores que usas al comienzo, entre lineas o al final de cada capitulo. Solo me queda Felicitar a Lorena Franco por dar a mis dias mucha ilusion de seguir viviendo lo mejor que pueda.
Una novela conmovedora, con una prosa hermosísima, poética y fluida. No conocía a esta autora, pero sin duda, seguiré leyendo su trabajo porque estoy admirada de la forma tan artística, humana y expresiva que tiene al narrar. Una novela que nos hace reflexionar acerca de la importancia de valorar cada segundo. Muy anda Laneley, autora de "Lo que amo de Dublín".
The lyrics on this CD alone is a reason to this. Residente is intelligent whitty and fast with his lines. The beats delivered by Visitante are amazing as well. I think you should this CD along with the other 2 CD's. I think they are all great. No complaints.. My favorite song is "que lloren" and "ven y criticame" Very Eminem like. He bashes himself so no one else can do it. These guys are educated musicians. I want them more success.
I was a small concerned when i got this CD only because of the singer's latest name, which is not a Latino name. But I LOVE this CD. I bought it when my baby was about 1 and she is now 6. Now I still listen to it with my second kid who is now 1. The melody is soothing and some of the songs are really cute and fresh to me, while some are traditional. She has a attractive voice and this is a bonus I like to give.
Our school district hasn't purchased fresh Spanish textbooks in 13 years, so I old ones on to have in my classroom. The book is terribly outdated but it's all we've got. I'm satisfied to have the opportunity to the old books for my students.
As others have commented I have also had a difficult time choosing a Kindle First selection for the past few months. This was the only one even slightly appealing to me, and I am definitely not into stories relating to the war. Although I knew going into it that this wasn't really a battle story, I also knew it was somehow tied to the Third Reich - also not something I read for ever, that being said, I was actually pleasantly surprised to search that I enjoyed the book. It was certainly various than anything I've read heretofore, and it was interesting to explore the connection between a dead body, a missing person, and the itz is a soon to be retired detective, and he is NOT thrilled to be saddled with breaking in a newbie (Hannes) at this scene in his career. However, as it turns out both develop their own resources to support solve the mysteries, and they seem to work well together. I enjoyed watching their relationship develop.I also agree with some reviewers who couldn't overlook some of the wonderful parts of the story - spec. not having ANY idea what a tattoo of numbers on the forearm might suggest. Seriously? That was too obvious NOT to suspect! Even if the tattoo had nothing to do with the Holocaust, that would have been my first expectation. If I was wrong, I was wrong. But that is certainly the first put my mind would have gone rlin was definitely an interesting character, but so was Ben. And although there were several characters and settings, it was not at all difficult to hold track of everyone / everything in the story. Some things were more obvious than others, but there were also a couple of twists that I had not anticipated. And while I had figured out the mystery before it was revealed, it was not until almost the end that I was fairly certain "whodunit".Again, there have certainly been slim pickins of late in the Kindle First line up, but I was strangely happy with this choice. Much more so than latest month. I am certainly glad I read this book.
As I started reading this book, I thought to myself that the writing was somewhat [email protected]#$%!&? just seemed easy and awkward, at times. At other times, especially with descriptions, it seemed more adept. I thought this writer required more training. After reading other reviews, and seeing that this is a best-seller in Germany, I realized that it must be the translation. This book needs a much better translation. It just is lacking in style. It must read much better in German.But even ignoring the translation, there were too a lot of issues with the plot. This takes put in Germany, and two murder victims have tattooed numbers on their forearms, victims who ran a company that collaborated with the Nazis during the Holocaust. And the detectives don't have an idea that the numbers might have something to do with concentration camp inmates? Really??? Then, there's another potential victim that turns out to be a red herring, but has you wondering the whole book. And, finally, the ending, which I won't reveal, but which is just too unbelievable. I chose this book because of the involvement of the Third Reich, but I thought that this was not handled well. Oh, and as another reviewer pointed out, the young detective hides a female employee he likes by taking him to the home of the number one suspect, with whom he happens to be staying. Ridiculous police work. I assume the German police are a small smarter than in this book. Not to mention, that at critical moments the detectives always stopped to have a food at the nearest restaurant, rather than rush to work on the case. I gave it two stars, rather than one, because it did move along at a fair pace, was somewhat diverting and had some twists. But all in all, a disappointment.
This book was my initial choice, but after reading some of the horrible reviews, I looked extensively at the other selections offered: rape and perversion in one ; a depressing "Happy" title; not good language; liberal blah, blah, blah; and a unbelievable fantasy created me go back to this one again. Expecting nothing, I was totally sho c ked to search the book actually engaged my interest. Perhaps the poor reviews prepared me for some of the items that bothered them so much; but I didn't search it so terribly difficult to connect the dots. Makes me wonder at the intelligence of the reviewers. I think the translator was given method too hard a sentence by the negative reviews also. So--expecting absolutely nothing--I was actually quite surprised to NOT be turned off by the initial 'scenery' description...nor bored to tears. Instead I was eager to hold reading and stayed interested to the end, a real "whodunit?" book. I would have only given it 4 stars if there hadn't been so a lot of downers; but wish to counteract some the naysayers.
"Time Heals No Wounds" is a murder mystery set in Northern Germany. A woman's body is found on the beach by an old reclusive artist. Since he does not speak, he alerts his neighbor who calls the police. The case is assigned to veteran homicide detective, Fritz Janssen and his fresh rookie partner, Hannes Neuhaus. At first, Fritz is belligerent towards Hannes, telling him small and frequently disappearing. Gradually, the old coot warms up to his fresh e victim turns out to be the CEO of Lagussa, a pharmaceutical company specializing in pyschotropic drugs. Her brother, Christain, an executive at the same firm, is called to identify the body. At first, he says it is not his missing sister because her hair was not blonde. Then he realizes it is his sister, Helene. Her hair has been dyed and further examination showed a poorly done tattoo consisting of 6 numbers and the presence of a sedative in her blood. When asked about the tattoo, Christain says his sister would never have gotten one voluntarily.While all this is happening, a younger woman, Merle, is kidnapped and locked up in an unlit, windowless room. Her captor drugs her meal and while she is unconscious, removes most of her clothes. After she awakes, she is horrified and afraid of what may happen the next time she is sedated, she refuses to eat anything anwhile Hannes returns to his apartment to search one of his neighbor's kept a python and it got loose. Deathly afraid of snakes, Hannes can't go into his apartment. Needing a change of clothes and other basics, he asks a fresh acquaintance, Ben, to go into his apartment and package him a bag. Amazingly, Ben agrees with no wise cracks about a cop being afraid of snakes. Ben even to allow Hannes stay in his spare room until the snake is caught. Subsequently, Hannes catches Ben marijuana. Although he confronts Ben, he lets him n is a passionate anti-Nazi protester. He tells Hannes his group is going to disrupt a gala sponsored by Lagussa because of its cooperation with the Nazis during WWII. Ben's group hacks into the audio-visual presentation with footage exposing Lagussa, formerly North German Chemical and Pharmaceutical Works. When Christain is found dead, suspicion falls on Ben. That should be enough to intrigue you. To say more would spoil the all amazing mystery writers, Mr. Falkenberg weaves his story, slowly revealing the connections between the different characters. While he gives you ample opportunity to guess, you are unlikely to create all the e author does a superb job developing the characters, especially Hannes. His fear of snakes, his participating in competitive canoeing and desire to qualify for the Olympics, his generosity and humanity created him delightful--a hero I hope to see more of.While parts of the book are quite dark, the author nicely balances them with light episodes like Hannes getting stuck on top of a Ferris wheel and, meeting several people who all become , why not rate it a 5? Two reasons:1. While the ending was a total surprise, I think the author did not create it really as gripping and suspenseful as it could have been. This may be partially due to the fact that the novel was translated from German and may have lost something. However, I was very impressed with the quality of the translation. I would never have known it was not originally written in English.2. While I enjoyed this book very much, I could place it down.
There were pluses and minuses in reading this book. The first thing that was bothersome is that until very late in the story, I wasn't sure of the locale. The subtitle is "A Baltic Sea Crime", which boils down to a number of countries. The names seemed both Germanic and Scandinavian. One reason I read international fiction is to obtain a feel for the country where it takes place. That does not happen at all in this book. References are created to "the city", "the countryside" with no particulars. I did, however, like the characters, especially Hannes, and thought the plot was quite complex with multi-threads well handled by the author. The dialogue seemed a bit stilted at times, and some characters (Anna, especially) spoke as though giving a lecture. That may be a translation issue. Editing, which can be a true problem, was well done. I will probably seek out more by this author once further translations are available.
Time Heals No Wounds is a nice European procedural crime mystery. Without getting into any specifics that would spoil the story, I have to say that this has some interesting twists and plot points that differ from most murder mysteries that I have read. It really added to my enjoyment of the novel, because I didn't feel like I was reading the same old story over again with just the info e story started out with a couple of minor translation grammar mistakes that concerned me the entire book would poorly translated. Luckily that was not the case. The dialogue is a small choppier and less polished than I am used to reading, but probably has a lot to do with being originally written in German. The characters and story were intriguing enough that after a few chapters, I didn't even message the dialogue e characters are nicely developed and feel fully dimensional rather than just being archetypes. There are just enough players to a wide dozens of secondary story lines and vignettes, but not so a lot of that you can't hold track of who is who. Once I started reading, I didn't wish to place it down. This one will be a amazing summer read.
This mystery is the first in a series featuring a novice detective, Hannes Niehaus, who formerly has been primarily an Olympic-hopeful canoeist. Collaborating with an old pro detective, Hannes makes mistakes in his first true case but also demonstrates amazing promise as a crime solver. I agree with other reviewers who found some of his mistakes and the unhurried pace of some of the activity to be unbelievable. But, overall, I believe Falkenberg is developing an interesting hero in Hannes. The strongest aspect of the novel is the plot; the author gives the reader enough tips that the solution to the mystery is credible, but there are plenty of twists and turns along the way. I had problem putting the book down as I neared the end. On the other hand, the writing (or translation) is the weakest aspect. The dialogue is choppy, and I often had problem following the description. I’ll probably read the second in the series, with hopes that the writing is stronger.
The crime-solving parts (ie: the majority of the book) were great! But there were continuous jumps to an underlying wierd theme involving a younger girl and the story would have been far better without that stuff. While reading the story, and the wierd items would be inserted, I kept wondering, "What does this have to do with the story?". Therefore; those interruptions of the flow were quite annoying. At the very end, the weird items was explained and I could then understand the relationship to the story line. But I still feel that the story would have been much better without those annoying insertions.
I lived in Germany for three years from 1956 to late 1959 and evidence of WW II was still quite evident so I have always been drawn to stories about the battle and the Nazis. This complex murder mystery looks at collaboration by German industry and it's impact on current generations. Rather than examining neo-Nazi groups, the author speaks through anti Nazi/ neo-Nazi activists. Purely as a mystery, it's wonderfully conceived and executed. Normally, I've figured out the plot and perpetrator long before the end but not in this book. I added this to my "collection" of "Authors to Buy."
It’s always a pleasant surprise to stumble upon an author and book hitherto unknown. This was a book from Amazon that sat unreadin my queue for months. Once I finally started reading, I couldn’t place it addition to an ongoing mysterious death investigation by a novice policeman and his close to retirement reluctant partner, there are a number of interesting minor character. The young officer is also a globe class canoeist adding another element of e history of a successful pharmaceutical company with a questionable past features prominently in the plot. This past affects multiple generations leading up to a surprise resolution.Looking forward to additions to this series.
Esta novela de Joaquín Lavalle es una muy buena novela, ya que te mantiene en suspenso es fácil de leer, describe muy bien los lugares donde ocurren todos estos eventos. La recomiendo pues está muy bien descriptiva.
Lamentablemente, he de decir que es de los pocos libros que me ha costado mucho trabajo llegar hasta el final. Farragoso, con palabras tan rimbombantes que están fuera de lugar en este tipo de novela. Pretenciosa, insulsa y sin alma.
Si bien es cierto el inicio no me agrado, en cuanto se fue uno metiendo en la novela, se hechiza inmediatamente y necesita saber que pasa co nada detalle y cada personaje, muy satisfecho por la entrega del autor y la novela misma, altamente recomendada!!!! GRACIAS!
Aunque capturó mi atención, está llena de defectos, con intentos de metáforas muy rebuscadas mal manejo de tiempos verbales. Por otra parte, la historia es completamente predecible..
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