El Sepulcro del Cuervo, por/by Núria Masot, & La Empatia/Empathy

El sepulcro del cuervoEl sepulcro del cuervo:  Núria Masot

(the English review is here…)

La empatîa lleve a todo: Pensar, atreverse y amar. Absolutamente inspirador. Este ultimo libro de la quintologia de Masot està tan buena como el Muy Buen (La Sombra del Templario) primer libro, y casi casi tanto como el Buenisimo segundo (el Laberinto: El Laberinto de la Serpiente) de este serie. Se involucran màs los viejos con los jovenes que en el serie de Harry Potter (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), y se usa la guerra como preuba de maturidad para los dos jovenes hecho hombres en el serie. Pero queda un paradoxo. El maestro Bernard, quien muere al comienzas del libro 1, se queda como una presencia constante en todo los libros. Es el verdadero protagonista.

Shira “Era Holocena/Humana” Destinie
28 Augosto del año 12 015 EH

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3 thoughts on “El Sepulcro del Cuervo, por/by Núria Masot, & La Empatia/Empathy

  1. That map is a bit strange, as it shows Antarctica as a major Hispanophone area. Do penguins speak Spanish? I know Argentina has some territorial claims in Antarctica, and so do other countries, but, from my point of view, Antarctica should belong to all human race, or to Mother Earth, or to Father Earth 🙂 It is still a virgin land and should remain so.
    That map is a bit strange, as it shows Antarctica as a major Hispanophone area. Do penguins speak Spanish? I know Argentina has some territorial claims in Antarctica, and so do other countries, but, from my point of view, Antarctica should belong to all human race, or to Mother Earth, or to Father Earth 🙂 It is still a virgin land and should remain so.

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    1. Yeah, I found that a bit strange, too. I agree that it should belong to all of us, but I think that there is an international agreement related to dividing up the continent for research purposes, and various claims, as you point out, for resources, unfortunately.

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