Suárez y el Rey [NOOK Book]

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Esta es la historia del chusquero que llegó a duque y del príncipe que llegó a rey. Los dos tuvieron una infancia y una juventud movidas e inciertas. De orígenes muy distintos, tanto don Juan Carlos como Adolfo Suárez vivieron en tensión interior y tuvieron que valerse por sí mismos. Alejados de sus padres, uno hijo de rey y otro republicano, se agarraron a lo que pudieron, adaptándose sin rechistar a la penosa situación, que  ellos soñaron con cambiar desde que se percataron y se conocieron. Tuvimos suerte. ...
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Esta es la historia del chusquero que llegó a duque y del príncipe que llegó a rey. Los dos tuvieron una infancia y una juventud movidas e inciertas. De orígenes muy distintos, tanto don Juan Carlos como Adolfo Suárez vivieron en tensión interior y tuvieron que valerse por sí mismos. Alejados de sus padres, uno hijo de rey y otro republicano, se agarraron a lo que pudieron, adaptándose sin rechistar a la penosa situación, que  ellos soñaron con cambiar desde que se percataron y se conocieron. Tuvimos suerte. Durante mucho tiempo fueron dos españoles de a pie que escucharon el rumor de la calle. Ninguno de los dos procedía de universidades de renombre. Listos como el hambre, de inteligencia natural, más observadores que lectores, ninguno de los dos es hombre de libros?, más conversadores de mesa de bar que de sillón de Academia, dos rapaces de Goya o quijotillos de armas tomar que la historia dispuso que se ocuparan juntos de su patria en un momento decisivo.Andando el tiempo, el chico del Movimiento se hizo monárquico y el Rey se hizo un poco republicano; y así las dos Españas pudieron reconciliarse sin problemas. Al principio fue duro. No había precedentes. Tuvieron que valerse por sí mismos en la soledad de la Transición, improvisando la ruta, apechando con lo que se ponía por delante, con cafés, tabaco y aspirinas hasta el amanecer. Estaban acostumbrados. Los dos habían tenido un duro aprendizaje.Este libro aspira a ser la crónica sentimental de la Transición y de lo que le siguió. Trata, pues, de sentimientos tan importantes, tan evanescentes, tan inaprensibles, y de lealtades. Se ocupa, con mejor o peor tino, de las relaciones personales entre estos dos personajes fundamentales. De encuentros, desencuentros y reencuentros. Esa circunstancia es clave para comprender lo que nos ha pasado. Al trasluz de los sentimientos, el lector podrá descubrir la tramoya política. No siempre coincidieron las dos cosas. Ellos se entendieron de maravilla hasta que convino a la Corona dejar el corazón a un lado y volverse cada uno a la puerta de su casa.El reencuentro ocurre cuando el primer presidente constitucional, herido por el rayo de las desgracias, pierde la pasión política y, poco después, la memoria. Ya no tiene futuro y ha perdido el pasado. El día que el Rey acude a su casa y le pone la mano sobre el hombro se alegra, pero no le conoce. Así se escribe la historia. Este libro rinde homenaje a los dos.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788467035407
  • Publisher: Grupo Planeta
  • Publication date: 7/20/2010
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: ESPASA HOY
  • Sold by: Planeta
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,175,241
  • File size: 234 KB

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  • Posted January 1, 2011

    Could not stop reading it

    Great story that really had me believing this demon was addressing me personally. So scary that I had to keep reminding myself it was just a book. Liked it so much I got it on tape too. That was even scarier than the book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 7, 2013

    Jay

    "Ye. Anytime." Smiled watching her go.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2013

    Sveta

    You are an awesome writer. Five stars! :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2013

    The Art of Survival

    The Art of Survival

    Chapter 5- Griffin's POV
    ((2 months later))

    I stand in the upstairs hallway, bored and trying to think of something to do. Before I decide on anything, however-
    "Griffin? Can I talk to you for just a sec?" Kristen calls from her room.
    "Sure." I reply, a bit bewildered.
    She turns to me when I enter. "Look, it's not really anything important, but it's been bugging me. My name's not Lucy. That's my sister's name. It's not Kristen. That's made up. I've been hiding behind a fake identity, 'cause it made me feel safe. Now I realize it was cowardly, and I'm vulnerable. My name's Shaelyn."
    "Um..." I stare, puzzled, at her. "Okay. Cool."
    "So... that's it?" She frowns a little. "You're not, like, pissed or anything?"
    I shrug. "Nah. Why would I be?"
    "I LIED to you." She supplies.
    "About your name. You were scared. I get that. And I forgive you."
    "Everyone else already knows." She mumbles.
    "Even Hunter?" I ask.
    "Yeah."
    Okay, now I'm a little mad. "Uh, alright. It's all good."
    "You sure, Griffin?"
    "Oh, yeah, no problem."
    She studies me skeptically for a moment, then nods and stands. "Katonia and I are going to check out that house out there to the west. Please take care of Melissa and Jewel."
    "You'll be back. I won't have to take care of them forever, right?"
    "Course not. We'll be back before you know it." She slings a leather bag over her shoulder and stands. "See you soon, Griffin."
    "See you... Shaelyn."
    We watch each other silently for a moment. Shaelyn begins to leave. She pauses and stands, right in front of me, rather close. She seems to be debating on something. She decides on clapping me on the shoulder and leaving. I stare at her back. Her long blond hair bounces slightly as she walks out the door, leaving me feeling like we have unfinished business.
    * * *
    Shaelyn's POV

    "Bye-bye, Shae." Jewel says. She stares up at me with sad, big blue eyes. The six-year-old's raven-black hair is in a long, curly ponytail.
    "Bye, Jewel. I'll be back." I hug her quickly and turn to Melissa. The stubborn eleven-year-old regards me with icy brown eyes. Her pale brown hair is chin-length and a little wavy. "See ya, Mel."
    She puts on a rare smile. "Bye."
    Katonia bids everyone farewell. Gabriel comes over to me, grinning slyly. "What about me, Shae? I don't get a good-bye kiss?"
    I roll my eyes at him. "If I come back in one piece, we'll see."
    "Fine." He sighs theatrically, then smiles and winks. I return the smile and follow Katonia out the door.
    We jog over to the stable and look for some horses. Katonia saddles up her horse, Chiyo, a dappled gray mare. I find my own horse, named Wild Breeze. Wild is a beautiful dark brown-and-white splotched mare.
    The two of us mount up and gallop out. The setting sun blazes like a raging fire. I breathe in the fresh air and allow myself to forget that this is the end of the world.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2012

    Cat Clans?

    Go be nerdy fourth graders somewhere else. Maybe create your own website? You never know. Some people may even like it and join. About the book: it's a pretty o.k. buy. Good for random reading.

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    Posted April 18, 2012

    Shadow

    Ya go to result 2,blackkit.Brownkit-black tom with brown paws and jade green eyes.

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    Posted April 18, 2012

    Can l rp blackkit?

    Can l?

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    Posted April 8, 2012

    Bramblepaw to everyone

    Look. First some one said it was grass clan territory. Then theifclan teritory. Then thunderclan territory. Why dont u do what my clan did with maskclan and just share territory!!!

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