La regina dei Caraibi
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La regina dei Caraibi (I corsari delle Antille #2)

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Il corsaro nero si interrompeva di colpo, lasciando il lettore in dubbio sulla sorte della giovinetta Honorata, figlia del nemico Wan Guld, amata dall'eroe.
La regina dei Caraibi prosegue e conclude il racconto, come un secondo tempo dopo l'intervallo pubblicitario collocato al momento di massima tensione. Con grande maestria Salgari protrae i vantaggi della suspance e svil...more
Hardcover, La Grande Biblioteca di Emilio Salgari #6, 358 pages
Published March 10th 2011 by RBA Italia (first published 1901)
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Simona Bartolotta
Con un po' meno delle pedantesche dissertazioni sulla miriade di animali che si possono trovare sulle vergini coste delle Americhe, l'avrei apprezzato certamente di più.
In realtà, sono arrabbiata con me stessa per non essere riuscita a mandare giù il ritmo lento di questa narrazione; ero convinta che nulla avrebbe potuto impedirmi di adora il secondo capitolo dei Corsari delle Antille, nel quale avrei finalmente ritrovato il mio amatissimo Corsaro Nero, il personaggio di Salgari che più amo.
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Irina
A more interesting book than the first one... actually all the action was here. Still guided by the idea of killing his brother's assassin, during a new adventure he finds out that the impossible is not that impossible, that things left forgotten comes back to life, that hope dies last. The final of the book...probably starting from some earlier chapters...left me speechless and the turn of action made me not to leave the book beside. Enjoy another adventure of il corsario negro.
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This was my favorite book when I was a kid... Its been almost ten years since I last read it, and will definitely reread sometime soon. I can't remember details but what I do remember is that it has a lot of action and pirates and murders and a hero who often has hallucinations of his dead brothers (who were pirates as well).
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Father of Italian Popular Culture, Grandfather of the Spaghetti Western, Father of Heroes are but three of the titles bestowed upon Italian adventure writer Emilio Salgari. He wrote more than two hundred short stories and novels, many of which are considered classics. Setting his tales in exotic locations, with heroes from a wide variety of cultures, Mr. Salgari brought the wonders of the world to...more
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