The Most Powerful Psalms
[summary]Isabel Allende has mesmerized readers around the world with her own blend of magical realism, politics, and romance. With Paula Allende she has created a masterful work, a sweeping autobiography whose simple embrace of the magical and spiritual worlds will remind readers of her first book, The House of the Spirits.
Written as an exorcism of death, Allende explores the past and questions the gods. The result is a magical book that takes the reader from tears to laughter, from terror to sensuality and wisdom. The glorious characters of Allende’s fiction: clairvoyants, revolutionaries, and, above all, the inquisitive woman who advances through the narrative, populate this autobiography, which establishes itself as one of Allende’s finest works. In Paula we understand that the miraculous world of The House of the Spirits and Eva Luna is the world Isabel Allende inhabits: her enchanted reality.
WHO NAMED THE MOON?
In a distant amusement park and in the middle of a secret mission to defend her beloved moon from a dangerous emperor, young Claudia, daughter of Metallus, meets Knaach, and together they embark on an odyssey of unfortunate events that will unleash a true galactic war. Claudia’s mission is threatened and her father is imprisoned, when she becomes entangled in an unfortunate accident.
In a distant amusement park and in the middle of a secret mission to defend her beloved moon from a dangerous emperor, young Claudia, daughter of Metallus, meets Knaach, and together they embark on an odyssey of unfortunate events that will unleash a true galactic war. Claudia’s mission is threatened and her father is imprisoned when she is mistakenly involved in a murder. In this epic of intrigues and ancestral grudges, ogres and elves must fight against the same and almost almighty enemy. With his sharp irony and sublime cunning, Dross transports us to a vast and wonderful universe, gives us a classic novel of the purest science fiction and immerses us in a tremendous cosmic battle, with the elegance of one who has seen everything and fears nothing. Get ready to be trapped in the first original published work by Dross, where nothing is what it seems to be.
A COURSE OF MIRACLES (easy) Keys to understanding it by
In 1972 a group of young rugby players from Old Christians School in Montevideo left on a sports tour to Chile. The plane, caught in a storm, lost all radio contact and fell into the Andes Mountains without leaving any traces. One of the young men was Carlos Miguel Páez Vilaró, son of the famous Uruguayan plastic artist.
Three months after the accident, his perseverance bore fruit: before the incredulity and astonishment, sixteen survivors of the tragedy were found. Among them was Carlos Miguel Páez Vilaró.
Traveler, expeditionary, tireless researcher, his painting was nourished by a long journey in which he had contact with great artists such as Picasso, Dalí, Warhol, De Chirico and Calder. Also with the work of the Uruguayan masters Pedro Figari and Joaquín Torres García, who marked his first steps.
Facundo Cabral – One Word Changed My Life
Age: +5Sarah is the first person in her family who wasn’t born a slave. But being free doesn’t mean she doesn’t have to work. She cooks, cleans, picks cotton, washes clothes and takes care of children.one day, her hair starts to fall out! So she starts testing and mixing products and ends up inventing something better than any shampoo or oil she’s ever tried. Thanks to this miracle product, she decides to create her own company. A book that highlights the role of women entrepreneurs.Buy14. The great factory of wordsAuthor: Agnes de Lestrade
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