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La pregunta de sus ojos BOOKS La Pregunta De Sus Ojos Author Eduardo Sacheri Chardonneret.eu Benjam N Chaparro Is A Retired Detective Still Obsessed By The Brutal, Decades Old Rape And Murder Of A Young Married Woman In Her Own Bedroom While Attempting To Write A Book About The Case, He Revisits The Details Of The Investigation As He Reaches Into The Past, Chaparro Also Recalls The Beginning Of His Long, Unrequited Love For Irene Hornos, Then Just An Intern, Now A Respected Judge.

10 thoughts on “La pregunta de sus ojos

  1. says:

    I appreciated the subtle art of this tale of compromised justice and unfulfilled love in the context of life under the brutal regime in Argentina in the 60 s and 70 s Benjam n Chaparro is an administrative clerk who helps coordinate judicial oversight of criminal cases in Buenos Aires In his retirement he takes up the task of making a novel about an old case that changed his li

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    The brevity or prolonging the life of a human being depends primarily on the flow of pain that person is forced to endureEduardo SacheriEduardo Sacheri, an Argentinean author, has penned a gripping novel, The Secret in Their Eyes which has later been translated into English after this book s movie adaption won an Oscar for the Best Foreign Language Film in 2010 So they call it the

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    This book was amazing I am amazed that a mystery with such an intricate plot could have been made into a movie, and an Oscar winning movie to boot Sacheri s book rates as my top mystery of the year, maybe even longer.Recently retired judicial officer Benjam n Chaparro has decided to begin his retirement by writing a book His reasons are twofold to purge himself of the 30 year old cold

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    9 10 La pregunda de sus ojos I like the sound of the Spanish title, the melodic twang that tempts me to put on an album by Astor Piazzolla in the background I knew what to expect, after watching and loving the movie version that won an Oscar for Best Foreign Film Actually, I wish I had discovered the book before seeing the movie, because some of the urgency and some of the surprising revel

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    This novel was so interesting and compelling that I finishedthan half of the book in one day I literally couldn t put the book down Having watched the film, I thought that I wouldn t be as engaged with the book because I knewor less how the story was going to unravel I couldn t have beenwrong Sacheri brought his character to life with his wonderful descriptions and dialogues filled with emotio

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    This author employs some stylistic affectations ranging from the merely distracting to the downright annoying The worst of these quirks is the frequent interruptions from the main character narrator so he can tell you about his writing process These constant shifts made it impossible for me to follow the thread of the narrative.I was also put off by the excessive use of foul language I m not bothe

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    Benjam n Chaparro is a retired detective who is writing a book about a murder case he worked on years ago, and as he revisits the details of the investigation he also recalls the beginning of his long, unrequited love for Irene Hornos, then just an intern, now a respected judge Set in the Buenos Aires of the late 1960s, ...

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    A few years ago I watched the Oscar winning Argentinian movie El Secreto de Sus Ojos 2009 vt The Secret in Their Eyes , and absolutely adored it I bored people by recommending it to them not once or twice but incessantly For the same reason, I ve avoided the 2015 Hollywood remake At the time I was startled to find there was no English language translation of the novel upon which the movie was based, but I

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    Beautiful writing or possibly translation I m never quite sure when I m reading a book in translation, but I suppose the original works must be well written or the translation wouldn t be The main character is a flawed individual who is at times bland, at times frustrat...

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    Sometimes life takes strange paths to resolve our enigmas Benjam n Miguel Chaparro was once an administrative clerk who helped coordinate the judicial oversight of criminal cases in Buenos Aires, Argentina Now retired, with time on his hands, he sets out to write a book about the decades old murder of a young woman It s a case that has obsessed him since the beginning.To write about the case, Benjam n Chaparro ne

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