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La Mujer del Reloj / The Woman of the Watch
by Alvaro Arbina




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Un emocionante thriller hist rico y una fascinante novela de iniciaci n de lvaro Arbina, un joven autor con un talento narrativo extraordinario.

Febrero de 1808. Las tropas francesas llevan acantonadas en Espa a. Se respiran aires inciertos y nadie sabe cu les son las verdaderas intenciones de Napole n.
Cuando Franz Giesler, part cipe de una conspiraci n que mantiene en jaque al Imperio franc s, aparece cruelmente asesinado, su hijo emprende un largo y peligroso viaje a trav s del pa s en guerra. El rastro de su padre le sumergir en una trama de proporciones insospechadas, un complejo mecanismo de relojer a cuyo eje, un terrible secreto, podr a hacer tambalear el futuro de Europa.

A lo largo de su b squeda, desde la Vitoria ocupada, pasando por el C diz de las Cortes, hasta el Madrid de la hambruna de 1811 o la desconocida isla prisi n de Cabrera, el joven Juli n se descubrir a s mismo y el papel que le ha tocado desempe ar en el tablero de la Historia.

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An exciting historical thriller and a fascinating coming-of-age novel by lvaro Arbina, a young author with extraordinary narrative talent.

February, 1808. French troops are stationed in Spain. Uncertainty is in the air and nobody knows what Napoleon's true intentions are. When Franz Giesler, part of a conspiracy that threatens the French empire, appears brutally murdered, his son undertakes a long, dangerous journey through a country at war. His father's trail immerses him in a plot of unsuspected proportions, a complex clockwork mechanism whose axis, a terrible secret, could shake the future of Europe.

Throughout his search, from occupied Vitoria, through the Courts of C diz, to the 1811 famine in Madrid and the secret prison island of Cabrera, young Julian discovers himself and the role he must play on the chessboard of history.

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Overview

Un emocionante thriller hist rico y una fascinante novela de iniciaci n de lvaro Arbina, un joven autor con un talento narrativo extraordinario.

Febrero de 1808. Las tropas francesas llevan acantonadas en Espa a. Se respiran aires inciertos y nadie sabe cu les son las verdaderas intenciones de Napole n.
Cuando Franz Giesler, part cipe de una conspiraci n que mantiene en jaque al Imperio franc s, aparece cruelmente asesinado, su hijo emprende un largo y peligroso viaje a trav s del pa s en guerra. El rastro de su padre le sumergir en una trama de proporciones insospechadas, un complejo mecanismo de relojer a cuyo eje, un terrible secreto, podr a hacer tambalear el futuro de Europa.

A lo largo de su b squeda, desde la Vitoria ocupada, pasando por el C diz de las Cortes, hasta el Madrid de la hambruna de 1811 o la desconocida isla prisi n de Cabrera, el joven Juli n se descubrir a s mismo y el papel que le ha tocado desempe ar en el tablero de la Historia.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

An exciting historical thriller and a fascinating coming-of-age novel by lvaro Arbina, a young author with extraordinary narrative talent.

February, 1808. French troops are stationed in Spain. Uncertainty is in the air and nobody knows what Napoleon's true intentions are. When Franz Giesler, part of a conspiracy that threatens the French empire, appears brutally murdered, his son undertakes a long, dangerous journey through a country at war. His father's trail immerses him in a plot of unsuspected proportions, a complex clockwork mechanism whose axis, a terrible secret, could shake the future of Europe.

Throughout his search, from occupied Vitoria, through the Courts of C diz, to the 1811 famine in Madrid and the secret prison island of Cabrera, young Julian discovers himself and the role he must play on the chessboard of history.


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  • ISBN-13: 9788490704073
  • ISBN-10: 8490704074
  • Publisher: B de Bolsillo
  • Publish Date: July 2018
  • Page Count: 696
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.6 x 1.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.34 pounds


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