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Iván Repila ã 3 review

?o ue robó el caballo PDFEPUB or horrifying inevitability of all too real life Repila's uniue allegory explores the depths of human desperation and ultimately our almost unending capacity for hope.. I don t have much to say about this book except for please read it It s short it s beautifully written and if read carefully many things can be taken from this book

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El niño ue robó el caballo de Atila

E of rescue Only the tempting spectre of insanity niño ue robó eBook #8608 offers a way out As Small's wits fail Big formulates a desperate planWith the authority of the darkest fables and the ni?. Wow I loved this It reminded me A LOT of Brothers by David Clerson I think it s safe to say if you liked one you ll enjoy the other So many comparisons to be made and parallels to be drawn

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'It looks impossible to get out' he says ue robó Epub #217 And also 'But we'll get out'Two brothers Big and Small are trapped El niño PDF at the bottom of a well They have no food and little chanc. BRUTAL


10 thoughts on “El niño ue robó el caballo de Atila

  1. says:

    Note This review is in English and in Dutch Nederlandse lezers scroll omlaag voor de Nederlandse recensie Good things come in small packages or in this case thin books can tell impressive stories That this book surprised me is an understatement the story stayed on my mind for several days and during that time I reread the book a couple of t

  2. says:

    A highly allegorical but at the same time viscerally disturbing novel by Iván Repila translated into English by Sophie Hughes and one that should have made the 2016 Man Booker International longlistIt tells the story of tw

  3. says:

    BRUTAL

  4. says:

    This book disturbed me far than I thought it would The plot in itself is not a happy one two children brothers named Big and Small

  5. says:

    Wow I loved this It reminded me A LOT of Brothers by David Clerson I think it's safe to say if you liked one you'll enjoy the other So many comparisons to be made and parallels to be drawn

  6. says:

    almost disturbing than the pervasive darkness of this book are the small glimpses of lucidity that appear apparently at random like the clouds opening for a moment to let a hot burning ray of sunlight through and then closing again forever

  7. says:

    A short allegorical novel which could be described as magical realist or as a modern fable Clear precise language and intense vivid descriptions with very spare and compelling language On first reading one breezes through the book in a very short time ideas of revolution rebellion independence creativity social i

  8. says:

    I don't have much to say about this book except for please read it It's short it's beautifully written and if read carefully many things can be taken from this book

  9. says:

    Now I am no mathematical genius far from it so when Laszlo Krasznahorkai used the Fibonacci seuence to number his chapters in “SeiboThere Below” I had no idea as to the allegorical reference to his work Now I’ve come across a seuence of prime numbers numbers than can only be divided by themselves and “1” to number the chapters in Iván Replica’s “The Boy Who Stole Attila’s Horse” NULL 2 3 5 7 11 13 17 1

  10. says:

    Read in FrenchSo I like me some weird crap from time to time and well I got what I asked for with this Really short read tooThe story? Two brothers have fallen at the bottom of a well The eldest might be rough on his little brother but he's determined to get the little boy out of here The youngest one uite fragil

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