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La Hermandad de la Sabana Santa (Best Selle) (Spanish) Paperback – 1 Feb 2005
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About the Author
Julia Navarro es escritora y periodista.
Despues de escribir varios libros de actualidad politica, publico su primera novela, "La Hermandad de la Sabana Santa," con la que logro un exito sin precedentes en Espana situandose durante meses en los primeros puestos de las listas de ventas, tanto nacionales como extranjeras.
"La Biblia de barro "y "La sangre de los inocentes "afianzaron su prestigio entre la critica y el publico, consiguiendo llegar a millones de lectores en todo el mundo, con traducciones en mas de treinta paises.
Su siguiente novela, "Dime quien soy," es un retrato magistral de la historia del siglo xx, en unas paginas rebosantes de intriga, historia, espionaje, amor y traicion que conquistaron de nuevo a los lectores.
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Top Customer Reviews
The number of fires in Turin cathedral is strangely high and the author has managed to formulate a reason for this - the pace is fast moving and the end dramatic. If you have any interest in history or the Templars this is for you - worth the effort of the long read.
I started reading it, after a year, still havent finished reading it...not gripping enough for my liking, however for those with more patience, it may well be not a bad read.
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Very explicitly, and Interesting. It a very good research, she
Is very good, at putting you in the place that portrait the scene
Where the mystery happen. Very good reading, and very informative
Thank you to you for publishing, and thank To Julia Navarro
For her work
the main players well and spinning her intriguing web tighter and tighter until bringing everything
to a dramatic end.
Makes the DaVinci Code look like literature by comparison. Skipped through the last three hundred pages to see if it got any better. It didn't. Had bought her second book "La Biblia de Barro" at the same time, will not bother to even try it after looking through first few pages.
Have not read any of her nonfiction books, perhaps they are better, I will not check them.
This is the first time that I have considered a book such a waste of time and money that I have decided to write a negative review.
The above applies to the Spanish edition, maybe the translator was able to improve the English version some