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El Libro de Los Baltimore / The Book of the Baltimores

El Libro de Los Baltimore / The Book of the Baltimores - Joel Dicker

El Libro de Los Baltimore / The Book of the Baltimores


Tras impactar a tres millones de lectores con La verdad sobre el caso Harry Quebert, Jo l Dicker regresa con Marcus Goldman en su nueva novela.

J el Dicker ha vuelto, s , y lo ha hecho en plena forma. El Libro de los Baltimore es una novela tit nica, nabokoviana, altamente recomendable. .-Laura Fern ndez, El Cultural de El Mundo

Si encontr is este libro, por favor, leedlo. Querr a que alguien supiera la historia de los Goldman-de-Baltimore.

Hasta que tuvo lugar el Drama exist an dos ramas de la familia Goldman: los Goldman de Baltimore y los Goldman de Montclair. Los Montclair, de los que forma parte Marcus Goldman, autor de La verdad sobre el caso Harry Quebert, es una familia de clase media que vive en una peque a casa en el estado de Nueva Jersey. Los Baltimore, pr speros y a los que la suerte siempre ha sonre do, habitan una lujosa mansi n en un barrio de la alta sociedad de Baltimore.

Ocho a os despu s del Drama, Marcus Goldman pone el pasado bajo la lupa en busca de la verdad sobre el ocaso de la familia. Entre los recuerdos de su juventud revive la fascinaci n que sinti desde ni o por los Baltimore, que encarnaban la Am rica patricia con sus vacaciones en Miami y en los Hamptons y sus colegios elitistas. Con el paso de los a os la brillante p tina de los Baltimore se desvanece al tiempo que el Drama se va perfilando. Hasta el d a en el que todo cambia para siempre.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

After impacting three million readers with The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair, Jo l Dicker returns with Marcus Goldman in his new novel.

"In just weeks, The Book of the Baltimores has reached the top of the lists of best sellers and we know why. We await any free minute in our daily life--on the subway, on the bus, standing in line--to immerse ourselves in reading it." -Toutelaculture.com

"If you find this book, please read it. I want someone to know the story of the Goldman-de-Baltimores."

Until The Drama took place, there were two branches of the Goldman family: the Baltimore Goldmans and the Montclair Goldmans. The Montclairs, family of Marcus Goldman, author of The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair, is a middle-class family that lives in a small house in New Jersey. The Baltimores, prosperous and always lucky, live in a luxurious mansion in a high-society neighborhood in Baltimore.

Eight years after The Drama, Marcus Goldman puts the past under a microscope in search of the truth about the family's decline. Among the memories of his youth, he relives the fascination he felt from a young age toward the Baltimores, who embodied aristocratic America with their vacations in Miami and in the Hamptons and their elitist schools. With the passage of time, the brilliant sheen of the Baltimores faded at the same time that The Drama began to unfold. Until the day that everything changed forever.

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Tras impactar a tres millones de lectores con La verdad sobre el caso Harry Quebert, Jo l Dicker regresa con Marcus Goldman en su nueva novela.

J el Dicker ha vuelto, s , y lo ha hecho en plena forma. El Libro de los Baltimore es una novela tit nica, nabokoviana, altamente recomendable. .-Laura Fern ndez, El Cultural de El Mundo

Si encontr is este libro, por favor, leedlo. Querr a que alguien supiera la historia de los Goldman-de-Baltimore.

Hasta que tuvo lugar el Drama exist an dos ramas de la familia Goldman: los Goldman de Baltimore y los Goldman de Montclair. Los Montclair, de los que forma parte Marcus Goldman, autor de La verdad sobre el caso Harry Quebert, es una familia de clase media que vive en una peque a casa en el estado de Nueva Jersey. Los Baltimore, pr speros y a los que la suerte siempre ha sonre do, habitan una lujosa mansi n en un barrio de la alta sociedad de Baltimore.

Ocho a os despu s del Drama, Marcus Goldman pone el pasado bajo la lupa en busca de la verdad sobre el ocaso de la familia. Entre los recuerdos de su juventud revive la fascinaci n que sinti desde ni o por los Baltimore, que encarnaban la Am rica patricia con sus vacaciones en Miami y en los Hamptons y sus colegios elitistas. Con el paso de los a os la brillante p tina de los Baltimore se desvanece al tiempo que el Drama se va perfilando. Hasta el d a en el que todo cambia para siempre.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

After impacting three million readers with The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair, Jo l Dicker returns with Marcus Goldman in his new novel.

"In just weeks, The Book of the Baltimores has reached the top of the lists of best sellers and we know why. We await any free minute in our daily life--on the subway, on the bus, standing in line--to immerse ourselves in reading it." -Toutelaculture.com

"If you find this book, please read it. I want someone to know the story of the Goldman-de-Baltimores."

Until The Drama took place, there were two branches of the Goldman family: the Baltimore Goldmans and the Montclair Goldmans. The Montclairs, family of Marcus Goldman, author of The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair, is a middle-class family that lives in a small house in New Jersey. The Baltimores, prosperous and always lucky, live in a luxurious mansion in a high-society neighborhood in Baltimore.

Eight years after The Drama, Marcus Goldman puts the past under a microscope in search of the truth about the family's decline. Among the memories of his youth, he relives the fascination he felt from a young age toward the Baltimores, who embodied aristocratic America with their vacations in Miami and in the Hamptons and their elitist schools. With the passage of time, the brilliant sheen of the Baltimores faded at the same time that The Drama began to unfold. Until the day that everything changed forever.

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