Conoces de verdad a la gente que más te quiere? ¿Sabes con que sueñan tus mejores amigos? ¿Te atreves a descubrir. Cartas Cruzadas Reader’s Guide. By Markus Zusak. print. Cartas Cruzadas Reader’s Guide. Share: Share on Facebook. Tweet. Pin it. Share on G+. Share on . , Spanish, Book edition: Cartas cruzadas / Markus Zusak ; traducción de Matuca Fernández de Villavicencio. Zusak The messenger / Markus Zusak.

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I knew that this was bound to be a very different book, but I was still hoping to love it because it was written by Markus Zusak–a man capable of writing The Book Thief. Published December by Debolsillo madkus published January 10th See all 5 reviews. Write a customer review. Also, everybody points at things way too much.

Ed, while not a horribly compelling character, was interesting to read about. Cruzaxas best thing about this book is that you can feel how much Zusak loves playing with words.

Because I’m pretty sure none of them talk in the pseudo-philosophical way that is used in the book. It’s like Zusak was trying to set a new record in sentence fragments. And those nice turns of phrase? In fact, it was so bad that it’s done the unthinkable: How we must live our lives as active participants and blah blah ctuzadas.

However, when paired with this particular story and this particular character and his actionsit was nowhere near as powerful as it could have been otherwise.


Confronted with a rapist, the protagonist holds him at gunpoint and asks the reader what they would have done. I don’t think that’s even allowed. English Choose a language for shopping. Not one of them makes sense. Login to add to list. View all 3 comments. Were “The Messenger” simply a fairytale I might accept it, but it poses as a story which blends the mystic with the real and so therefore fails abjectly on both counts. Spanish language — Fiction.

View all 29 comments. Very often, characters will act the way no human would because the writer is trying to make a scene a hilarious screwball romp.

Cartas cruzadas by Markus Zusak (1 star ratings)

However, this main character, Ed, is a cardboard cutout of a figure, somebody we really don’t get to care about at all. I mean, if you want to talk about a character who’s suffering an extreme bout of Nice Guy Syndrome, then look no further than Ed freakin’ Kennedy. Quotes from Cartas cruzadas. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Target Audience Adolescent Notes Translation of: I think she ate a salad and some soup. I had to sit for a while and wonder how a writer of a book as complete and amazing as the Book Thief write something so terrible that I’d have to say it ranks right up there with the worst handful of books that I’ve cattas read.

I’ve heard the arguements in favor of this book and I disagree with them.


Now onto the critiques, and I apologize for my strong language, because I acrtas actually really worked up about how much I wanted to like this book and how disappointing it ended up being. A bit supernatural, but it was interesting. Though I’ve loved them more than some boys I’ve kissed in the past. Books by Markus Zusak. Obsessed with The Book Thief, is this something that will measure up to my expectations?

The ending was good though, I have to give it that much. I was continually being pulled out of the narrative by them.

Cartas Cruzadas / I Am the Messenger Reader’s Guide

Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Dejando de lado lo predecible que es, me ha catas una historia muy pretenciosa. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. I specifically asked several people what they would do in a similar situation and all of them replied that they would either get rid of this trashy message or maybe check out the addresses using Google Maps and forget about them.

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It started out really intriguing – the first chapter was as good as first chapters get, but then the storytelling became slower