eBook - 2018 | Spanish
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May 1937. The Civil War continues its bloody course in Spain, but also far from the battlefields it fights in the shadows. A double mission takes Lorenzo Falcó to Paris with the aim of trying, in any way possible, that the Guernica being painted by Pablo Picasso never reaches the Universal Exposition where the Republic seeks international support. Although the winds of the new war that will ravage the continent can already be seen in Europe, joyful music continues to sound, and art, business, frivolous life still occupy intellectuals, refugees and activists. Accustomed to danger and extreme situations, Falcó must face this time a world in which the struggle of ideas tries to impose itself on action. A world that is foreign to him, and to which he will apply his own methods. Arturo Pérez-Reverte builds in Sabotaje a masterful plot that surrounds the reader until the last page, and completes with this novel the trilogy starring Falcó, the literary character Most fascinating of recent times.
Publisher: [Barcelona] : Penguin Random House Groupo Editorial Espana, 2018
ISBN: 9788420433295
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive Inc


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