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by Arturo Perez-Reverte

  • Author: Arturo Perez-Reverte
  • ISBN: 9871106181
  • ISBN13: 978-9871106189
  • ePub: 1364 kb | FB2: 1664 kb
  • Language: Spanish
  • Publisher: Suma (July 2003)
  • Pages: 559
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 461
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El Club Dumas (Punto de Lectura) (Spanish Edition) ePub download

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El Club Dumas (Spanish E. Only 14 left in stock (more on the way). Buen relato y conocimiento sobre los 3 mosqueteros de a. Dumas, lectura ligera, con momentos cómicos y bien escritos, muy recomendado. Published 4 months ago. Cristina.

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Publisher: Punto de Lectura (March 30, 2005). It's the story of a swordsman in the Spanish Golden Age (Siglo de Oro español), narrated by his pupil, a 14 year old boy. Perez Reverte wrote it for her daughter, thinking that the Golden Age is an interesting, flourishing epoch in the Spanish and European history, but it is usually a very boring topic to kinds in high school.

Author(s): Arturo Pérez-Reverte. El club Dumas (Paperback). Published September 2000 by Punto de lectura. Paperback, 560 pages. Author(s): Arturo Pérez-Reverte. ISBN: 8495501007 (ISBN13: 9788495501004).

Paperback, 560 pages. Arturo Pérez-Reverte - image from Periodistadigital. Published September 2000 by Punto de lectura (first published 1993). Corso is an unscrupulous dealer in and acquirer of rare books. When a famous collector is found dead, he is called in to authenticate what is supposedly an original manuscript chapter of The Three Musketeers.

El Club Dumas (con Imagenes). siguiente edición Arturo Pérez-Reverte. Tesis de licenciatura Agu. 08 MB·101 Downloads·Spanish·New!. Crímenes y misterios en El club Dumas, de Arturo Pérez-Reverte. 06 MB·8 Downloads·Spanish·New! siguiente edición Arturo Pérez-Reverte. 73 MB·47 Downloads·New!. 09 MB·8 Downloads·Spanish·New!.

Perez-Reverte Arturo. Published by Punto De Lectura (2007). ISBN 10: 8466320709 ISBN 13: 9788466320702.

ISBN 13: 9788466320702. His latest assignment, deciphering the mystery of a 17th century book that legend has was co-written by Satan, a book for which only three copies are known to exist, has become a very dangerous adventure. As if this weren’t enough, a handwritten chapter of Alexandre Dumas’ The Three Musketeers comes into play. Perez-Reverte Arturo.

Arturo Pérez-Reverte Gutiérrez (born 25 November 1951 in Cartagena) is a Spanish novelist and journalist. He worked as a war correspondent for RTVE and was a war correspondent for 21 years (1973–1994). His first novel, El húsar, set in the Napoleonic Wars, was released in 1986. He is well known outside Spain for his "Alatriste" series of novels. He is now a member of the Royal Spanish Academy, a position he has held since 12 June 2003.

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Arturo Pérez-Reverte. A provocative literary thriller that playfully pays tribute to classic tales of mystery and adventure. Acclaimed author Arturo Pérez-Reverte has earned a distinguished reputation as a master of the literary thriller with his international bestsellers The Club Dumas and The Queen of the South. Now, in this haunting new work, Pérez-Reverte has written his most accomplished novel to date. The Painter of Battles is a captivating tale of love, war, art, and revenge.

Arturo Perez-Reverte, Sonia Soto (Translated from the Spanish by). 9 Mb. The Cavalier in the Yellow Doublet. Arturo Perez-Reverte.

MeGa_NunC
If you like The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, you should read this masterpiece story. It contains many interesting facts about Dumas and his Musketeers included in adventures of middle-aged book-detective Lucas Corso who searches for the rare book "The Ninth Gate" with the help of mysterious girl Irene with striking green eyes.
Roman Polanski created the movie "The Ninth Gate" that was inspired by this part, but he selected only a fragment of the whole story. Moreover, he also changed the behavior of Liana Taillefer. In the movie, she admired black magic even if her book character had no interest in it. Dumas Club has brilliant ending missing in the movie and also contains the more believable story with the broader background.
Kirimath
This book - a mixture of suspense, adventure, and the supernatural - would probably be more pleasing to the cognoscenti of the works of Alexander Dumas. I think I could have enjoyed it a lot more if I had remembered more about The Three Musketeers, its characters and plot. My advice would be to refresh (or acquire) lots of information about the works of Dumas before reading this book.
Thordibandis
An interesting exploration of a literary agent exploring a known book about the devil transposed with the Dumas story of the "Three Musketeers". While the only devil to be summoned up is that of one's own inner devil...there is an appearance of 'something'. Well worth the read and far better than the Ninth Gate movie.
Marr
Best novel you've never heard of. This book formed the basis of the Roman Polanski movie "The Ninth Gate". Typical of other book-to-film adaptations, the book is so much richer. Set in modern-day Spain, it follows a rare book purveyor/mercenary who has been hired by two separate clients. One client wishes him to authenticate a "missing" chapter from The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas entitled "The Anjou Wine." His other client tasks him with authenticating a Medieval book which instructs the reader how to conjure the Devil. Unrelated, right? Or are they? The book is told using many references to classic literature, including (of course) "The Three Musketeers", "Moby Dick", and many others. The characters themselves become characters within these classics, following clues to unlocking the mysteries of the two manuscripts, and paralleling their fates. There is humor, intrigue, mystery, and all around fun in this book. I can't believe that it is not more popular. Pick it up for the weekend (because I guarantee you will not be able to put it down and it's a quick read).
Hap
One of the best modern novels I have ever read and re-read. It's truly a work of story-telling genius. I have purchased copies for many friends, all of whom rave about it. A zillion people have reviewed this book, so I'm just throwing in my belated two cents that this is a reading experience you don't want to miss.
skyjettttt
A book so we'll assembled in the occult realm that it can be relished by all.
Corso lives on as Johnny Depp in the movie version. The comparisons with the experience of Napoleon's final campaign are really inspired writing. Thoroughly enjoyable reading for anyone with an interest in the dark side of history.
Djang
A decent airplane book. The protagonist is looking for a missing book for which its printer was burned to death at the stake during the inquisition. He learns gradually that the book he is seeking has the last bit of information needed to summmon the devil. He looks back in history to the Inquisition and into the pages of Alexander Dumas' derring do Three Musketeers serials in tracing and authenticating the copies available to him. Then he begins to notice that his search is beginning to look like a series of events and characters from Dumas' writings. The beginning of this mystery is not at all promising. Bedeviled with sensibilities that are distasteful to many, including a scene in which the protagonist decides that a woman is interested in sex because she has large breasts, or, smokes in the presence of antiquarian books, the novel keeps the pages churning because the plot line is compelling. Aside from data dumps, such as a pages long list of antiquarian books, there is fascinating information about the methods of acquiring and authenticating the books. The passions of collectors weave into the plot, as do the dark presence of the devil him/herself. In addition, the European feel for connection to centuries old history is skillfully woven into the scene setting, as when, in passing, a present day Paris apartment that has a view to the Seine is noted by the author to also have had a view of the public burnings during the Inquisition. Nevertheless, the mystery itself is enriched by a plot within a plot device, providing both an interesting puzzle and a dramatic ending. Aside from a more sensitive touch in sex scenes, one can ask little more of this genre.
I was lead to the work by the Polanski film "The Ninth Gate". If you seen the film and figured that the book must be junk as well, rethink your position. Basically Polanski took everything worthwhile in The Club Dumas and tossed in the dumpster.

Seen as a mystery rather than a Gothic horror this was an intriguing book. The search for the meaning of the original(?) manuscript of The Three Musketeers is fascinating. Who deserves the credit for producing a classic, the researcher or the wordsmith. Why did the last owner kill himself?

For those who do like a little of the supernatural, there is the girl, or she a succubus, calling herself Irene Adler. A gloriously unrepentant demon.
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