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The new novel by Javier Marías. "For a while she was not sure if her husband was her husband. Sometimes he thought he did, sometimes he thought he did not, and sometimes he decided not to believe anything and to continue living his life with him, or with that man like him, bigger than him. But she too had grown up on her own, in her absence, she was very young when she married. "Berta Isla and Tomás Nevinson were very young in Madrid, and their determination to spend their lives together was very early, without suspecting that They were waiting for an intermittent coexistence and then a disappearance. Tomás, half Spanish and half English, is a gifted for tongues and accents, and that during his studies at Oxford, the Crown put his eyes on him. Any day, "a stupid day" that could have been saved, will condition the rest of his life, as well as that of his wife. Berta Islaes the engaging and fascinating story of a wait and an evolution, that of its protagonist. Also of the fragility and tenacity of a loving relationship condemned to secrecy and concealment, to pretense and conjecture, and ultimately to resentment mixed with loyalty. Or, as a quotation from Dickens says towards the end of the book, it is the sign that "every throbbing heart is a secret to the nearest heart, the one slumbering and beating at his side." And it is also the story of those who want to stop misfortune and intervene in the universe, to end up finding themselves exiled from it. The new novel by Javier Marías. "For a while she was not sure if her husband was her husband. Sometimes he thought he did, sometimes he thought he did, and sometimes he decided not to believe anything, and to continue living his life with him, or with that man like "Berta Isla and Tomás Nevinson were very young in Madrid, and their determination to spend their lives together was very great. Early, without suspecting that they were waiting for an intermittent coexistence and then a disappearance. Thomas, half Spanish and half English, is a gifted for tongues and accents, and that during his studies at Oxford, the Crown put his eyes on him. Any day, "a stupid day" that could have been saved, will condition the rest of his life, as well as that of his wife. Berta Islaes the engaging and fascinating story of a wait and an evolution, that of its protagonist. Also of the fragility and tenacity of a loving relationship condemned to secrecy and concealment, to pretense and conjecture, and ultimately to resentment mixed with loyalty. Or, as a quotation from Dickens says to the end of the book, it is the sign that "every throbbing heart is a secret to the nearest heart, the one slumbering and beating at his side." And it is also the story of those who want to stop misfortunes and intervene in the universe, to end up finding themselves banished from it.


Autor: JAVIER MARIAS



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The new novel by Javier Marías. "For a while she was not sure if her husband was her husband. Sometimes he thought he did, sometimes he thought he did not, and sometimes he decided not to believe anything and to continue living his life with him, or with that man like him, bigger than him. But she too had grown up on her own, in her absence, she was very young when she married. "Berta Isla and Tomás Nevinson were very young in Madrid, and their determination to spend their lives together was very early, without suspecting that They were waiting for an intermittent coexistence and then a disappearance. Tomás, half Spanish and half English, is a gifted for tongues and accents, and that during his studies at Oxford, the Crown put his eyes on him. Any day, "a stupid day" that could have been saved, will condition the rest of his life, as well as that of his wife. Berta Islaes the engaging and fascinating story of a wait and an evolution, that of its protagonist. Also of the fragility and tenacity of a loving relationship condemned to secrecy and concealment, to pretense and conjecture, and ultimately to resentment mixed with loyalty. Or, as a quotation from Dickens says towards the end of the book, it is the sign that "every throbbing heart is a secret to the nearest heart, the one slumbering and beating at his side." And it is also the story of those who want to stop misfortune and intervene in the universe, to end up finding themselves exiled from it. The new novel by Javier Marías. "For a while she was not sure if her husband was her husband. Sometimes he thought he did, sometimes he thought he did, and sometimes he decided not to believe anything, and to continue living his life with him, or with that man like "Berta Isla and Tomás Nevinson were very young in Madrid, and their determination to spend their lives together was very great. Early, without suspecting that they were waiting for an intermittent coexistence and then a disappearance. Thomas, half Spanish and half English, is a gifted for tongues and accents, and that during his studies at Oxford, the Crown put his eyes on him. Any day, "a stupid day" that could have been saved, will condition the rest of his life, as well as that of his wife. Berta Islaes the engaging and fascinating story of a wait and an evolution, that of its protagonist. Also of the fragility and tenacity of a loving relationship condemned to secrecy and concealment, to pretense and conjecture, and ultimately to resentment mixed with loyalty. Or, as a quotation from Dickens says to the end of the book, it is the sign that "every throbbing heart is a secret to the nearest heart, the one slumbering and beating at his side." And it is also the story of those who want to stop misfortunes and intervene in the universe, to end up finding themselves banished from it. Descargar Libros PFD: Berta Isla Gratis : Berta Isla eBook Online ePub