La tormenta del siglo
Publish date: April 30th 2004
Publisher: Random House Mondadori
Pages no: 570
Edition language: Spanish
I`d forgotten why I'd skipped this one the first time and I dove in again decided to finish. It's a screenplay. I hate reading plays. I slugged through several of Shakespeare's and a couple of other authors' and managed to enjoy myself through on the brillancy of their dialogue alone, but I can't he...
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