[PDF/EPUB] A Boneca de Kokoschka ✓ Afonso Cruz

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Z Vogel Su padre unos años antes había construido un sótano en la tienda Isaac lo había acompañado y había visto crecer auel espacio oscuro debajo de la tierra Jadeante entró sin ue se percatara Bonifaz Vogel como el agua en un coladorBonifaz. As with all Afonso Cruz s books read so far it s in the detail of the wording that lie the vivid imagery of emotions that enraptured you In this one to tell a story about stories of people entangled in destinies that are not their own but which they have a chance to make And all told as if it was one of those Matrioshka dolls with the possibility of secrets or fates undisclosed until we open them Or a house in which we open every closed door until we discover all the rooms in it

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A Boneca de Kokoschka

A los cuarenta y dos años Bonifaz Vogel empezó a oír una voz La voz ue venía de la tierraIsaac Dresner corría desviándose del destino ue silbaba a su lado Dobló varias esuinas dejando atrás al soldado y entró en la tienda de pájaros de Bonifa. Beautiful book I love Cruz s ability to discuss very difficult and heavy topics with easiness and humor I laughed out loud I was exploring different ideas about the world and life I felt compassion Beautiful book I highly recommend this book and all of his other books

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Vogel sentado en su silla de rejilla afinó el oído Oía voces Fue en ese momento cuando empezó a oír vocesY auí empieza la historia de Isaac Dresner y Bonifaz Vogel y de las personas ue encontraron de las vidas ue tuvieron y de las ue dejaron atr?. It was a good read however at times I felt as If I were reading a blatant copy of a classic Vonnegut Too lazy to post an example but If you read both authors works you ll catch the glimpse of what I mean


10 thoughts on “A Boneca de Kokoschka

  1. says:

    First I have to say that I am extremely confused I loved the book couldn't stop reading it to the point to tell myself slow down Exactly becaus

  2. says:

    I had absolutely no expectations going into this book It was a gift from my aunt and uite honestly I didn't think I was going to like itHowever it has became one of my favoutrite book ever The way he writes just flows and feels so easy and poetic The whole story is a big puzzle you're trying to put together and in the end it does not disapp

  3. says:

    Beautiful book I love Cruz's ability to discuss very difficult and heavy topics with easiness and humor I laughed out loud I was exploring different ideas about the world and life I felt compassion Beautiful book I highly recommend this book and all of his other books

  4. says:

    It finds a way through your heart and stays there The only thing you sholud do with this lovely piece of literature is to cherish it

  5. says:

    As with all Afonso Cruz's books read so far it's in the detail of the wording that lie the vivid imagery of emotions that enraptured you In this one to tell a story about stories of people entangled in destinies that are not their own but which they have a chance to make And all told as if it was one of those Matrioshka d

  6. says:

    Absolutely wonderful A deep reflection on pain loss and love A very clever story beautifully written You finish the book and you immediately want to start reading it again I've gone through some pages over and over again

  7. says:

    This is a good book It takes a while until you find yourself in the author's environment which makes the book's beginin very interesting However as the story progresses it becomes rather monotonous The ending however is wonderful

  8. says:

    Interesting book that shouts at your ear read me again and again It's not easy to go through this novel because there are many characters details and parallel plots Also the characters are interesting peculiar simply unusual I found many interesting and motivating lines in this book thoughts that ought to be remebered But to be sinc

  9. says:

    It was a good read however at times I felt as If I were reading a blatant copy of a classic Vonnegut Too lazy to post an example but If you read both authors' works you'll catch the glimpse of what I mean

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