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THE NEW ARTURO PÉREZ-REVERTE’S NEW NOVELA story of love, sea and war “Pérez-Reverte achieves an intense novel, of suffocated emotions and infrequent virtues, including the virtue that is perhaps controversial, but which is not always the case.
Action, history and adventure come together like a whirlwind in the unforgettable pages of this first novel in the series “The Adventures of Captain Alatriste”, which begins when the valiant prota
A gripping thriller “The phone rang and she knew she was going to be killed. She knew it with such certainty that she stood still, blade held high, hair sticking to her face amidst the steam of the hot water.
The most combative articles by one of our most important authors. “I write with so much freedom that I am surprised that they let me. “This book collects the articles published by Arturo Pérez-Reverte in the
“Don’t think of me as one of those bourgeoisie lost among the ranks of the workers. I am a Soviet agent, and your criminal Fascist bosses may call you to account. “March 1937. While the Civil War

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With El maestro de esgrima we travel to the Madrid of Galdos, the mid-nineteenth century, when General Prim is already stalking the government of Isabel II and the revolution is the topic of the cafés’ gatherings.
A story of international drug trafficking, inspired by narcocorridos and especially those that pay homage to Sandra Ávila Beltrán, known as “the Queen of the Pacific”, one of the first female drug traffickers to reach the level of capo in the Mexican cartels. A full-fledged thriller that I would like to see adapted to the big screen by Tarantino or Rodrigo Garcia or the Coens, but of which Telemundo and Antena 3 made a series a bit of a bluff. If you saw it and it didn’t convince you, give the novel a chance, seriously. Good prose, solid characters and believable situations, a well-woven plot and a rounded denouement.
Compilation, in a single volume of the first seven Alatriste novels, some with new illustrations, and with two different covers, one black in limited edition and the other cream colored, like the original novels in their first edition. What began as a juvenile novel -and still is- of the cloak and sword genre has transcended, in part perhaps due to the success of the film directed by Agustín Díaz Yanes and starring Viggo Mortensen as Diego Alatriste and Tenorio. The first book of the saga was written by the author with his daughter Carlota, then he continued on his own. He suspected that he had a great time with these novels.

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“I knew logically those who fought in the civil war: my father, my grandfather, my uncles…. They were on one side or the other. If you asked them they kept quiet, then I learned that because they didn’t want to contaminate us with the hatred they lived. But these people have already died and now all that remains is the ideological discourse, which is being used in a very clear way,” said the former war correspondent and novelist who is breaking all reading records.
Pérez-Reverte did not mince his words when talking about the political manipulation of the 1936-39 confrontation. “It is not that the wounds of the war are still open,” he said in response to a journalist’s question. And he recalled how Manuel Fraga, Santiago Carrillo and other politicians of the transition made an effort to close the scars of that confrontation between “people from the same town and the same family, between kids who sometimes had had the same girlfriend or boyfriend”.
The also academician of the RAE assured that he feels “happy” in the conviction that his book will not please certain sectors of politics, especially those of the extreme left and extreme right: “I enjoy a twisted pleasure in thinking that the novel will not please these irresponsible people”.

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Las novelas de Pérez-Reverte suelen estar centradas en un personaje fuertemente definido, y sus tramas avanzan con rapidez, a menudo con un narrador que forma parte de la historia pero está al margen de ella. La mayoría de sus novelas se desarrollan en España o en el Mediterráneo. Suelen hacer numerosas referencias a la historia española, al pasado colonial, al arte y la cultura, a los tesoros antiguos y al mar. Las novelas abordan con frecuencia algunos de los principales problemas de la España moderna, como el tráfico de drogas o la relación de la religión y la política.
A menudo, las novelas de Pérez-Reverte tienen dos tramas que transcurren en paralelo con poca conexión entre ellas, salvo por los personajes compartidos. Por ejemplo, en El Club Dumas, el protagonista busca un libro perdido en el mundo y se encuentra con personas que son paralelas a los personajes de las novelas de Dumas; en El panel de Flandes, un asesino en serie contemporáneo se yuxtapone con el misterio de un asesinato de hace 500 años.
En sus columnas periodísticas, a menudo polémicas, y en los personajes principales de sus novelas, Pérez-Reverte expresa con frecuencia su pesimismo sobre el comportamiento humano, moldeado por sus experiencias de guerra en lugares como El Salvador, Croacia o Bosnia[2].