Patricio lives and writes in Bella Vista. Is a thriller novel that describes the frenetic persecution of a satanic book from the European renaissance. It was initially released in Spain, surprising the international literary community by being an author's opera prima and selling a quarter of a million copies in thirty countries within a few months. After a while it was known that the author, Sturlese, was a former gardener.
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Rating details. Sort order. Start your review of El inquisidor. Feb 18, Juan Rivera rated it it was amazing Shelves: lecturas It is sad when we see men fighting over pure imaginary things, creating controversies over things that do not exist or whose importance is not so serious. So are the fundamentalist religious wars, where we kill each other by God who is supposed to be love This happened at the time of the Inquisition. Sad time indeed.
In the book "The Inquisitor" Sturlese finally Patricio Angelo the inquisitor realizes that things were not going on the side of the leaders of the church and put against them It is sad when we see men fighting over pure imaginary things, creating controversies over things that do not exist or whose importance is not so serious.
In the book "The Inquisitor" Sturlese finally Patricio Angelo the inquisitor realizes that things were not going on the side of the leaders of the church and put against them was just exiled and almost killed.
The trouble is that these old ideas always get back, we can see in Donald Triumph. Reading the reviews, it seems to be unusual a bad one, but I have to be honest and confess That it bored me to death!!!
It's like the author wrote it following a "how to make a best seller" manual. Jan 06, Job Favela rated it liked it. Good book. I didn't like that much the sex parts, but the torture descriptions and the deeds of the inquisidor as long as the decisions to follow his faith beliefs or his superior beliefs are well developed. Very entertaining and quick to read book. Mar 02, Eve rated it it was amazing.
I love this story and I still love you. When I read this book my mind was caught by this wonderful plot. It is one of those books you'd read many times and I continue to like as much as the first time. Mar 20, Steffi rated it it was ok Shelves: read Jul 02, Karla Galan rated it it was amazing.
One of my Favorites books, It keeps you wanted to know more in every single chapter. Feb 29, Veronica Uribe rated it really liked it.
It is a very interesting view of how the inquisition came to America. May 15, Andres Mario rated it it was amazing. Great book with amazing parts and a delightful narrative! Mar 05, Adri. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Patricio Sturlese. Patricio Sturlese.
Ver Castillo de Montjovet. Patricio vive y escribe en la ciudad de Bella Vista. Books by Patricio Sturlese. Related Articles. While dealing with her husband's illness, this debut author turned to the refuge of Jane Austen's work. That refuge turned into her highly anticipa Read more Trivia About El inquisidor. No trivia or quizzes yet. Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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