By TammyWhite
1 years ago

REVIEW ' UN LUGAR A DONDE IR' (a place to go)

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A place to go is the new novel by Vigo Maria Oruña after the success of Puerto Escondido. That place to go to is more something inside that we all try to find a physical place. And that this novel is truffled with wonderful and unknown places that will be irresistible to the reader and will move him to googling continuously to know more.

After the events that convulsed an entire region and were narrated in Puerto Escondido, the current life of Valentina Redondo and Oliver seems stabilized. They live in Suances, adapting to each other, when a body appears in the Mota de Trespalacios. It is a woman dressed in such a way that seems to come by a kind of time tunnel, and the team of Valentina Redondo, will be responsible for investigating this curious death with a spectacular staging.

This is a more complex novel than the previous one, more mature, compact. By contrast, its reading is still as easy as the previous one. Despite the three voices that shed and jumps in time to reach the present the reader always knows where it is and avidly searches for more information after swallowing the previous one.

The main focus is on Valentina Redondo and its surroundings, that cohort of disparate collaborators that give substance to the whole. It also has the help of a series of experts related to the plot that shed their details and providing clues and data with which to weave the hypotheses that will unravel the mysteries.

The fantastic tone that exudes the story from the beginning refreshes the investigation. Possible travel in time, ancestral techniques, medieval coins and a group of cavers with strange interests try to mislead the reader. However, everything is rationally controlled. The tendency of this century seconded by authors like John Connolly or Fred Vargas, including the Swedish Ceclia Eckard who include fantasy and the hidden imaginary in their stories has given a new dimension to the crime novel. Added to this, the push to those positions by Dolores Redondo and her Trilogy of Baztan have left Maria Oruña the ideal setting for her novel.

This novel has many ingredients to interest the reader: the historical and geographical curiosities, the broad sense of humor, and a subplot in which Oliver seeks his missing brother leave the reader delivered to subjugate him with an end of impact.

Undoubtedly one of the most entertaining noir of this spring to which we augur a good success by the exquisite control of the genre that shows Maria Oruña.

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Lucia5 Super
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Violeta Very nice
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fortune Looks like interesting book, but it's in Spanish. I read a lot of books just not always have time for them.
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TammyWhite @fortune i don't know if it was translate to english, sorry
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soncee Beautiful
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AdeelKazim nice
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fabio26 it must be a good novel
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