Tedd and Todd's Secret (La prisión de Black Rock #0.5)
by Fernando Trujillo Sanz (Goodreads Author), Jack Buckeridge , Nieves García Bautista , Javier Berzal Rojo
A man has been murdered. He is blond, blue-eyed and is wearing a white suit. His surname is White. The murdered man is dark, black-eyed and his suit is black...the same as his surname. And, as if that isn't enough, they look like perfect twins except for the details of eye colour and complexion. Two policemen are in charge of the hottest crime in London. They will cross a...more
Kindle Edition, 306 pages
Published August 29th 2010 by Tedd y Todd escritores asociados
(first published August 5th 2010)
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Otro libro intrigante de Fernando Trujillo. En este caso, nos lleva a Londres, donde un policía investiga a una extraña gente vestida totalmente de blanco o de negro, que se matan entre ellos, pero son inmunes a cualquier otra cosa. El libro mantiene la intriga desde el principio al final, y va dando pistas sobre qué es lo que pasa, de forma que cuando finalmente te enteras, todo tiene su explicación lógica. Muy recomendado, y más al precio ridículo que tiene en amazon.com
I loved this book. I have read a lot of good books recently, but this one has to be one of the best that I have read in a long time. The author does a wonderful job of weaving a tale of mystery and intrigue as the events of the book unfold. The story reminded me of the television show Fringe where a series of weird events slowly connected together to form a very intriguing tale. I would go into more detail about why I loved the book, but I feel that I would reveal too much. Basically, the story...more
They really need to change the title on this book. As a mystery fan I feel this was more scifi than mystery especially since about half ways through I knew what the "game" was. I gave it three stars because I was curious enough to see how it would end but it was really a Twilight Zone ending and not very good!
This book was one of those that is so weird that you had to keep reading to figure out what was going on which happens just as your about to give up. Not really good enough to recommend but if you like that kind of book it ends just as weird as it begins. :)