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Morgan Callan Rogers naci? en Maine y creci? en Bath, una ciudad costera famosa por ser un centro de construcci?n de barcos. En la actualidad divide su tiempo entre la costa de Maine y Dakota del Sur. Esta es su primera novela. Una novela conmovedora, con personajes entra?ables: una ni?a y su padre que deben aprender a vivir con la ausencia de la madre. Visto a trav?s de los ojos de una chica que se abre paso hacia la adultez. Cuando su madre desaparece durante un fin de semana de 1963, la id?lica infancia de ...
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Morgan Callan Rogers nació en Maine y creció en Bath, una ciudad costera famosa por ser un centro de construcción de barcos. En la actualidad divide su tiempo entre la costa de Maine y Dakota del Sur. Esta es su primera novela. Una novela conmovedora, con personajes entrañables: una niña y su padre que deben aprender a vivir con la ausencia de la madre. Visto a través de los ojos de una chica que se abre paso hacia la adultez. Cuando su madre desaparece durante un fin de semana de 1963, la idílica infancia de Florine Gilham se trastorna. Atrás quedan los días de verano en el pequeño pueblo de Maine, las excursiones con sus amigos, las tardes ayudando a su abuela a hornear y el esperar cada día en el acantilado para ver llegar el barco de su padre cargado de langostas. Todo cambia por completo. A pesar de que quienes la rodean parecen seguir adelante con sus vidas, Florine está decidida a preservar intacto el recuerdo de su madre. Emprende entonces una intensa búsqueda tras las huellas de ésta. Entre los veranos calurosos y los inviernos helados del Atlántico norte, Florine recorrerá sendas inexploradas en las que descubrirá secretos ocultos, y sobre todo, se encontrará a sí misma. «El sorprendente debut de Callan Rogers refleja de manera brillante la pérdida profunda, la añoranza de lo imposible y nuestro afán de aferrarnos al amor pese a todo, y lo relata con la voz clara de su destacable joven heroína. Es tan conmovedora que me costó mucho trabajo cerrar el libro en la última página.» Caroline Leavitt, autora de Pictures of You
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  • ISBN-13: 9788490191514
  • Publisher: Ediciones B
  • Publication date: 1/6/2014
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 3 MB

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