El sari rojo

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En 1965, Sonia Maino, una estudiante italiana de 19 años, conoce en Cambridge a un joven indio llamado Rajiv Gandhi. Ella es hija de una familia humilde de los alrededores de Turín; él pertenece a la estirpe más poderosa de la India. Es el principio de una historia de amor que ni siquiera la muerte será capaz de romper. Por amor, la italiana abandona su mundo y su pasado para fundirse con su nuevo país, la India prodigiosa que adora a veinte millones de divinidades, que habla ochocientos idiomas y que vota a ...
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En 1965, Sonia Maino, una estudiante italiana de 19 años, conoce en Cambridge a un joven indio llamado Rajiv Gandhi. Ella es hija de una familia humilde de los alrededores de Turín; él pertenece a la estirpe más poderosa de la India. Es el principio de una historia de amor que ni siquiera la muerte será capaz de romper. Por amor, la italiana abandona su mundo y su pasado para fundirse con su nuevo país, la India prodigiosa que adora a veinte millones de divinidades, que habla ochocientos idiomas y que vota a quinientos partidos políticos. Su valor, su honestidad y su entrega acabarán convirtiéndola en una diosa a los ojos de una sexta parte de la humanidad. Con auténtica magia narrativa, Javier Moro relata la gran saga familiar de los Nehru-Gandhi, hombres y mujeres atrapados en las garras del poder, prisioneros de un destino que no han elegido, el mismo que llevará a Sonia a encarnar las esperanzas de mil doscientos millones de personas en el país del Mahatma Gandhi. Tras el éxito arrollador de Pasión india, Javier Moro, investigador incansable y gran narrador, novela ahora la historia verídica de una europea enfrentada a un mundo complicado y peligroso, envuelta en las intrigas de una familia tan vilipendiada como admirada, y nos traslada a una India fascinante y turbulenta, en permanente proceso de cambio. Su novela anterior, Pasión india, ha cautivado ya a un millón de lectores, está traducida a diecisiete idiomas y pronto será llevada al cine.
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  • ISBN-13: 9788432231797
  • Publisher: Planeta Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 3/15/2009
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 560
  • Sales rank: 585,414
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.50 (d)

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  • Posted October 29, 2009

    Fabolous book!

    This is a gem of a book in many aspects. It is very well written, it is thought provoking, intellectually stimulating, well researched, inspirationial, and instructional. I wish it was translated so that many more could read it. It is the story of one of the two most influential women in modern history: Sonia Ghandi, and her mother in law, Indira Ghandi. It is also the story of a country that has evolved in accelerated steps in the past decades, and the difficults and perils of people in power. It is a different version of the world of politics, and a beautiful view into some incredible people's personal choices and sacrificies. I completely enjoyed and recommend it. good for a book club as well.

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