El mapa del tiempo
Publish date: October 28th 2009
Publisher: Alianza Editorial
Pages no: 672
Edition language: Spanish
Series: Trilogía Victoriana (#1)
I found the framing annoying, groping desperately for post-modernism and trying too hard to be smart. All of these are aspects to a book that will not warm me to it.
I loved this, but I recognise it's a hard sell. It's also hard work to read, it took me quite a long time (a couple of months actually) to work through it, and a couple of times, as much as I loved it, I was a little loathe to pick it back up just because I knew I'd have to be using my brain to keep...
Aquellos que estuviesen en busca de una obra de arte española y actual han encontrado una alternativa bastante prometedora. La historia es muy original, como también lo son los enfoques que [a:Félix J. Palma|3194936|Félix J. Palma|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1301738032p2/3194936.jpg] pincela a lo...
Hmmm, 3-3.5 stars.Review to come with reasons why.
In three interwoven stories, H.G. Wells plays a reluctant role in helping solve characters’ time travel conflicts involving Jack the Ripper, a war hero who defeated automatons in the year 2000, and literary classics Bram Stoker and Henry James.Claire marched off in the opposite direction of her comp...
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