Galveston: A Novel
Publish date: June 22nd 2010
Publisher: Tantor Media
Edition language: English
Este libro no solo me atrapó sino que me emocionó muchisimo al final. Sin duda Pizzolatto es mucho mas que "el creador de True Detective", es un escritor con todas las letras y todos los recursos narrativos para atrapar y enamorar al lector. Es una novela cruda y humana. Un libro hermoso.
BOOK REVIEW: Great roman Noir by Nic Pizzolatto, creator of "True Detective". If you like books like Dennis Lehan's Mystic River and other non-redemptive noir novels like the classic of the genre Nightmare Alley you'll really enjoy this.Solidly written, thoughtful exploration of an anti-hero who t...
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Like most everyone else who saw the TV show, I decided to read Galveston after enjoying HBO's "True Detective." I didn't need to know much more about it other than the fact that it was the same author, and that the novel got some good recognition even before the show was such a hit. I figured it wou...
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