“La dama azul” es la primera novela publicada por Javier Sierra, en , yo la leí después de haber leído “Las puertas templarias” y no me gustó demasiado. Buy La dama azul / Lady in Blue by Javier Sierra (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Buy La dama azul by Javier Sierra from Amazon’s Fiction Books Store. Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic fiction.
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The Lady in Blue by Javier Sierra
I had a hard keeping track of the destinations and asul characters from the past and present to follow the storyline. Jun 23, Kelsey Grissom rated it did not like it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Pero, cayendo en picada a partir de la mitad.
These modern conspiracy books just seem too far fetched. Thus the church and government is researching the feasibility of bilocation.
Of course, being a fiction, the author takes the story and transforms it at will, turning sirra into another tale of secret societies and other mysteries. He has been called “the spanish Dan Brown”, but I do not agree with that. Reconozco que las descripciones historias me parecieron bien contadas como para continuar con la novela.
Een aantal heel goede elementen aanwezig, maar het eindresultaat haalde niet het verwachte niveau. I’m sure a lot of this is due to the translation, but I have to fault the author for making some of the dialogue seem like poorly written narrative instead of actual dialogue. I wondered if it had been translated from Spanish – the author is Spanish – but it doesn’t indicate that it azull.
Plus, a tongue-in-cheek comment about the solution to the whole dilemma of leaking information to a writer and have him call the book “The Lady in Blue” was siierra contrived for my taste–leaving me with an unsatisfactory taste in my mouth.
This nun lived in Spain but was reported to have appeared to native Americans in what is now New Mexico. More Books from this Author.
She appeared to many Native Americans in New Mexico from Like I said, the idea is great, but this author does a very poor job with the writing! Be prepared for some sloppy writing, though! This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Sierra is a great narrator and knows how to explain abstract things quite easily. Check out the options available through Archway Publishing.
Must redeem within 90 days. If anything it was abrupt and kind of annoying. It is supposed to be very funny and ultimately very moving.
Baldi again, responding to a question about the nationality of a person he is investigating. Aug 30, Delia rated it it was ok.
This book was much more in keeping with the Da Vinci Code formula. As it turns out, some of these people are angels! Javjer 01, Karen Ullo rated it liked it. Nov 08, Leo C. Why did Zzul need to listen to the other 8? For example, you can ask someone to write a novel, film a television series, shoot a movie. Also, it occasionally feels like you are being beaten over the head with the excessive repetition of certain facts. This book tells the story of la dama azul, the blue lady, who would appear to Native Americans in what today is the Southwestern U.
Buy from another retailer. Could not stop reading!
The Lady in Blue
I read it sierrs Spanish. Hardcoverpages. Of course, the Spanish took it to be a sign that the Virgin Mary had appeared to prepare the way for their holy conquest.
Second there is a priest who is working on a secret project for the Cath The jacket of this book made it sound like something I would love to read. Lady in Blue follows four different stories, one of which happens hundreds of years earlier.
El Maestro del Prado spent a year on the bestseller list in Spain, gaining the admiration of art experts, aficionados, and critics. In this one, it is just an ugly bit of writing. Her appearance was connected to a Spanish nun, who miraculously bilocated to spread the faith.
La Dama azul (The Lady in Blue)
I guess a good thing about the book is that it introduced me to some interesting historical tidbits, which are probably more interesting in their own right than this fictional account of them. I really enjoyed the parts of the books dealing with the ancient Spanish missionaries and their interactions with the Native Americans but when the story line returned toit was hard pa This was not a typical read for me.
I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this novel. Her appearances there helped to convert the native Americans to Christianity before missionaries azyl Europe arrived there.