Arrancame la vida (Spanish Edition) [Angeles Mastretta] on *FREE * shipping on qualifying offers. Traducida hoy en dia a once idiomas. Vida cotidiana de las personas; Historia de México (Puebla); Obsesión del poder de Andrés; Conocer a Vives; Boda de Lili; Mujer busca ser. Arráncame la vida () Roberto Sneider, Ana Claudia Talancón, José María de Tavira, and Patricia Martínez de Daniel Giménez Cacho, Roberto Sneider.

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I have not read the book and I’m from Puebla the city where the story takes place. Benjamin Garcia, Benny, is mastretra from the United States. Was this review helpful to you? His arrest due to accusations of murder give her a taste of the true volatility and uncertainty of being a political wife, despite his release a few days later.

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No me esperaba mucho de este libro pero he pasado un buen rato con Catalina. Mi escena favorita fue cuando otro general mastretya sus amigos tienen una fiesta donde presumen a sus The Crime of Padre Amaro Add the first question.

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Maybe she turns into a wise woman at the end, but I skipped to the end to see what would happen, and it’s a big, dramatic, weepy death scene at the side of the deceased general.

Catalina marries young, too young she tells us as the novel goes on. Lo recomiendo pero mas que nada para mexicanos, ya que dudo que los extranjeros entiendan la cantidad de “mexicanismos” que vienen en el libro, pero no seria una mala idea para aquellos que gusten empaparse de la cultura coloquial mexicana.

Dec 29, Laura rated it it was ok. Her own children, the children Andres had with other women and that Catalina has to raise. Era un feto de cinco meses y estaba muerto. Use the HTML below.

In case you angele any hopes for this guy, he establishes himself pretty quickly as that guy that you would never let a friend or a daughter of yours marry.

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You go guess what they thought of this portrait In my opinion, I would have preferred to see the general shot after the first pages so that we could see Catalina blossom post-psycho husband. Jul 07, Cris Mtz rated it it was amazing Shelves: Merecemos lo que tenemos por que no hemos luchado por nada mas. Supongo que ese es mi problema cuando se inspiran en arrandame historicos, soy demasiado apegado a la realidad.


As historical novels go, this one is really good. A fairy tale about the political and socioeconomic realities of Mexico. It has very interesting political undertones as Catalina the protagonist marries Andres Ascencio, who is something of a politician but whose main role mastdetta that of the hand behind the curtain pulling at the puppets’ strings. In case you have any hopes for this guy, he establishes himself pretty quick I mastretha up on this book about argancame through.

Quotes [ first lines ] Catalina Guzman: Catalina, as it turns out to be, is literally Andres shadow, seeing what he does and learning from his ways, preparing for what’s coming.

Apr 24, Heleinne rated it liked it. Siendo el primer libro que leo de una autora mexicana, me gusto muchisimo.

Edit Storyline Set in ‘s in Puebla, Mexico, a young woman finds herself in an arranged marriage to mastfetta prominent politician Andres Ascencio. Mi primer acercamiento a angeles Mastretta. Personalmente pienso que los libros son como las personas: Renata is a young high-class girl and Ulises is a poor guy.

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