L'arte di correre sotto la pioggia [NOOK Book]

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Mi chiamo Enzo. Adoro guardare la TV, soprattutto i documentari del National Geographic, e sono ossessionato dai pollici opponibili. Amo il mio nome, lo stesso del grande Ferrari, anche se d'aspetto non gli assomiglio per niente. Però, come lui, adoro le macchine. So tutto: i modelli, le scuderie, i piloti, le stagioni... Me lo ha insegnato Denny. Denny è come un fratello per me. Tra noi è stato amore a prima vista. Ne abbiamo passate tante, negli anni che abbiamo trascorso insieme. Ci sono stati l'incontro con ...
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L'arte di correre sotto la pioggia

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Overview

Mi chiamo Enzo. Adoro guardare la TV, soprattutto i documentari del National Geographic, e sono ossessionato dai pollici opponibili. Amo il mio nome, lo stesso del grande Ferrari, anche se d'aspetto non gli assomiglio per niente. Però, come lui, adoro le macchine. So tutto: i modelli, le scuderie, i piloti, le stagioni... Me lo ha insegnato Denny. Denny è come un fratello per me. Tra noi è stato amore a prima vista. Ne abbiamo passate tante, negli anni che abbiamo trascorso insieme. Ci sono stati l'incontro con Eve, la nascita di Zoë, il processo per il suo affidamento... Ah, ho dimenticato di dirvi una cosa importante: sono il cane di Denny, e questa è la mia storia.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788858500996
  • Publisher: EDIZIONI PIEMME
  • Publication date: 10/7/2010
  • Language: Italian
  • Sold by: EDIZIONI PIEMME - EBKS
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Garth Stein
Garth Stein
Garth Stein, a former documentary film maker, was co-producer of the Academy Award-winning short film, The Lunch Date, and director of When Your Head's Not a Head, It's a Nut. He is the author of three novels, How Evan Broke His Head and Other Secrets, Raven Stole the Moon, and The Art of Racing in the Rain , and a play, Brother Jones. He lives in Seattle with his family.

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In our exclusive interview, Garth Stein shared some fun and fascinating facts about himself:
I've climbed Mt. Rainier
I've explored the deepest cave in North America
I've acted with Carol Channing
I've ridden my bicycle to Alaska
I've met Bill Clinton
I've played basketball with Slick Watts
I've bathed in the Dead Sea...I've piloted a boat in the Suez Canal
I've paddled an outrigger in the Java Sea
I've fathered three sons whom I love very, very much
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    1. Hometown:
      Seattle, Washington, USA
    1. Date of Birth:
      December 6, 1964
    2. Place of Birth:
      Los Angeles, California
    1. Education:
      BA Columbia University, Columbia College, '87, MFA Columbia University, School of the Arts, '90
    2. Website:

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