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(La tabla de Flandes) [PDF/EBOOK] â Arturo Pérez–Reverte

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  • La tabla de Flandes
  • Arturo Pérez-Reverte
  • Portuguese
  • 13 September 2020
  • 9789892306711

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Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Æ Arturo Pérez-Reverte La tabla de Flandes Read & Download ✓ 104 De negro Todavia à época em ue o uadro foi pintado um dos jogadores já havia sido assassinado Cinco séculos depois uma restauradora de arte encontra a inscrição oculta uis necavit euitem uem matou o cavaleiro Auxiliada por um antiuário e um excêntrico jogador. This disappointed me especially since it came so highly recommended I just couldn t buy into it though The plot was absurd and unbelievable in numerous places The characters lacked common sense Let s seesomeone is trying to kill meI think I ll go out late at night by myself and cruise around the city hail taxis go to a nice restaurant and then head back to my apartment for a uiet night by myself where the killer just so happens to know I live That kind of crap really grated on me but I pressed on only to be truly disgusted when I got to the last 20 pages or so Most of chess aspects of the story have no real bearing on the outcome which is a let down and the killer s motives along with the sheer implausibility of such a tidy ending managed to piss me off

Summary La tabla de Flandes

La tabla de Flandes

Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Æ Arturo Pérez-Reverte La tabla de Flandes Read & Download ✓ 104 No final do século XV um velho mestre flamengo introduz num dos seus uadros um enigma ue pode mudar a história da Europa No uadro o duue de Ostenburgo e o seu cavaleiro estão embrenhados numa partida de xadrez enuanto são observados por uma misteriosa dama vestida. I wanted so badly to love this bookThe simplest way to describe it is the novelisation of Douglas Hofstadter s opus Godel Escher Bach In fact it is impossible to believe that Perez Reverte had finished GEB than ten minutes before furiously scribing The Flanders PanelI wanted to love it because I love books based on puzzles and logic and GEB may be one of my favorite books of all timeBut the novel is just so weak The characters caricatures were flat and absurd how many times must we hear that one character was suave beyond comprehension or another gets beautiful by the moment The dramatic tension never took hold and it was terribly hard to care whether any of them lived or died I think the author knew the book didn t work Virtually every scene is littered with descriptions of how interesting beautiful or fascinating the characters or scene was The writing simply couldn t convey beauty so he pulled out his labelmaker and applied enough adjectives to make certain you didn t miss itIf you love the idea of logical puzzles and playful minds read Godel Escher Bach But leave Flanders Panel on the shelf

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Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Æ Arturo Pérez-Reverte La tabla de Flandes Read & Download ✓ 104 De xadrez a jovem decide resolver o enigma A investigação assumirá contornos muito singulares o seu êxito ou fracasso será determinado jogada a jogada através de uma partida de xadrez constantemente ameaçada por uma sucessão diabólica de armadilhas e euívoc. The book s main theme is a painting by Peter van Huys Julia is restoring paintings and a painting representing a chess game between the Duke of Flanders and his knight is her current task While running her tests she discovers a hidden message under the tablecloth saying Who killed the knight So Julia starts trying to solve the mystery of a murder that took place centuries ago But murders start taking place around Julia and then the chess game becomes a death threat Although the book started well it left a uite strange taste in the end I liked the idea of a puzzle and I followed the chess game closely and with interest All the rest was that made the story strange and at the end uninterestingThe medieval murder is given an inexplicable importance As if finding out who the murderer of Rose d Arras would unbalance history The nicest character is the book is the chess player The rest of the characters start getting boring after a point It seems that about half the way of the book the writer decided to prolong his story so the endless thoughts are starting The whole plot gets extravagant And once you finish the book and find out what is happening it just seems exaggerated and unreal