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Palabras envenenadas by Maite Carranza, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Editions for Palabras envenenadas: (Mass Market Paperback published in ), (Paperback), (Paperback published in ), Language: Spanish. Brand New Book. Maite Carranza had previously dealt with topics like sexual abuse or prostitution in her career as script writer.
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Palabras envenenadas (Poisoned Words) | New Spanish Books US
Una llamada a un movil pone patas arriba el destino de muchas personas: The pillar on which the novel rests is consequently the denunciation of childhood sexual abuse, its devastating consequences, and its invisibility in a world trained by custom to assume only the best when the reality is a web of lies, secrets, deceptions, and false appearances. Paalabras ratings by Goodreads.
Carranza has been inspired by the best crime fiction, building the plot as a mystery to be solved at the end, inviting the reader to put himself in the shoes acrranza the characters in order to be able to find the clues that will lead to the answers. How is to get up without hope every day?
Palabras envenenadas (Poisoned Words)
Poisoned words is the answer to the questions that everybody asked themselves after hearing about these cases. Barbara is a teenager whose childhood was envenenqdas with violence, whose youth is a nightmare but she is very far away from understanding the abuse shes suffered, she is confused with feelings of hate and love towards the maire, knowing that he is also the only one who keeps her bare connection to the world, he keeps her alive, after all.
Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. However, nothing in Palabras envenenadas seems lurid.
As such, the novel is closely linked with the chronicle genre, since the narrator presents what happens on the day in question in the words of the protagonists themselves.
The Best Books of Una denuncia valiente de los abusos sexuales infantiles, palaras devastadoras consecuencia y su invisibilidad en este mundo bienpensante nuestro. Que paso con Barbara Molina?
The novel completes its mosaic with Barbaras best friend, Eva, a key character in the development of events. The chronicle of that day in which Salvador Lozano finally resolves the case of the disappearance is structured in twenty-eight chapters which focus alternatively on the main characters of the novel.
Palabras envenenadas (Spanish Edition): Maite Carranza: : Books
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This tends to confuse the reader, who at times may wonder just who is saying what. However, under the appearance of an austere and concerned father lies the reality of a perverted man who repeatedly sexually assaults his daughter and in order to do so subjects her to manifold physical abuses and mental cruelties.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? There he keeps her barely alive for four years to satisfy his whims and perversions. The novel is narrated in envenrnadas person for all characters, except for Barbara Molina, for whom the first person palabtas reserved, perhaps to underscore that she can only talk to herself because she has no contact with anyone.
The novel is set in Barcelona and it environs, with abundant references to place names around the city. Share your thoughts with other customers. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide.
Edebe March 10, Language: Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. With this tripartite structure, the author gives the novel a touch of the traditional story maiye of initial conflict, exposition and denouement.
Maite Carranza has been able to find the right caarranza when tackling such sensitive issues by highlighting the feelings of guilt, domination, and deception, and the hurtfulness of words, the poisoned words that produce cowardly silences, because society tends to cover its eyes when dealing with unassailable relationships such as those between teachers and students and parents and children.
As such, she does not provide scabrous details in scenes which could be horrifying, but rather outlines them, and concentrates instead on the psychology of the characters, who are memorably portrayed.
Review Text Maite Carranza had previously dealt with topics like sexual abuse or prostitution in her career as script writer.
The novel is framed, therefore, in the present, carrnaza there are many temporal digressions which allow the reader to learn the fundamental aspects of a kidnapping that lasts four years.