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Todo Bajo el Cielo: Novela (Spanish Edition)…
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Todo Bajo el Cielo: Novela (Spanish Edition) (original 2006; udgave 2007)

af Matilde Asensi

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From the bestselling author of The Last Cato comes an addictively entertaining adventure in a land of danger and mystery. A prim, straitlaced Spanish painter living in Paris, Elvira De Poulain is shocked to hear of her profligate husband’s death and travels to Shanghai to claim his body and put his affairs in order. Overwhelmed by his still-outstanding debts and scandals—adrift in an exotic city teeming with unfamiliar sights, sounds, and smells—she discovers a treasure among her late husband’s detritus: a beautifully crafted box holding clues to the location of the remains of China’s First Emperor...and the unimaginable riches buried alongside him. Joining forces with a colorful Irish journalist, a wily local antiquarian, and a brilliant orphaned servant boy, Elvira is immediately swept up into the adventure of a lifetime. But she and her motley partners are not alone in their quest—and those who pursue them have murdered before, and would murder again, to possess the wealth of an ancient dynasty.… (mere)
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Titel:Todo Bajo el Cielo: Novela (Spanish Edition)
Forfattere:Matilde Asensi
Info:Rayo (2007), Paperback, 464 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek, Læst, men ikke ejet
Vurdering:****
Nøgleord:Ingen

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Reasonable story, although I struggled towards the end. ( )
  Timwindram | Feb 28, 2021 |
OMIGod it is wonderful So interesting. ( )
  leebill | May 1, 2020 |
Over all, this book was an enjoyable read. It was interesting getting to see the different aspects of Chinese culture.

I knocked two stars off for a couple of reasons: the repetition of events by the narrator (Elvira), got really annoying, really quickly. The second reason is that the characters were profoundly annoying for the first half or so of the book to the point that I almost abandoned this book. ( )
  Moore31 | Feb 25, 2018 |
Over all, this book was an enjoyable read. It was interesting getting to see the different aspects of Chinese culture.

I knocked two stars off for a couple of reasons: the repetition of events by the narrator (Elvira), got really annoying, really quickly. The second reason is that the characters were profoundly annoying for the first half or so of the book to the point that I almost abandoned this book. ( )
  Moore31 | Feb 25, 2018 |
Spanish artist Elvira De Poulain travels, with her ward, orphaned teenage niece Fernanda, to China to finalize the affairs of her recently deceased husband. Rather than any useful inheritance she finds that her estranged husband has left her burdened with debt. Over the next few months Elvira and Fernanda, teamed up with an expatriot irishman and a couple of locals, follow clues in a search for untold treasures. This is a great adventure tale, easy to read and hard to put down. ( )
  thejohnsmith | Jul 8, 2012 |
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From the bestselling author of The Last Cato comes an addictively entertaining adventure in a land of danger and mystery. A prim, straitlaced Spanish painter living in Paris, Elvira De Poulain is shocked to hear of her profligate husband’s death and travels to Shanghai to claim his body and put his affairs in order. Overwhelmed by his still-outstanding debts and scandals—adrift in an exotic city teeming with unfamiliar sights, sounds, and smells—she discovers a treasure among her late husband’s detritus: a beautifully crafted box holding clues to the location of the remains of China’s First Emperor...and the unimaginable riches buried alongside him. Joining forces with a colorful Irish journalist, a wily local antiquarian, and a brilliant orphaned servant boy, Elvira is immediately swept up into the adventure of a lifetime. But she and her motley partners are not alone in their quest—and those who pursue them have murdered before, and would murder again, to possess the wealth of an ancient dynasty.

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