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این کتاب، ماجرای ربودن، زندانیکردن و در نهایت رهاکردن تعدادی از چهرههای سرشناس کلمبیا در اوایل دههٔ توسط کارتل مدلین را روایت میکند. کارتل مدلین، یکی از کارتلهای مواد مخدر بود که بهوسیلهٔ پابلو اسکوبار ایجاد شده و مدیریت میشد

During the 1980s, the government of Colombia signed a treaty with the United States allowing for the extradition of Colombian citizens. This caused a
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Paperback, 481 pages
Published 1997 by نشر علم (first published April 1st 1984)
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Araz Goran
غابرييل غارسيا ماركيز..

خبر إختطاف.. قصة الرواية حقيقية جرت أحداثها في كولومبيا سنة 1990 ،، حيث تم إختطاف مجموعة من الصحفيين وذوي المسؤولين الحكوميين من قبل جماعة (أسكوبار) تاجر المخدرات والمجرم الشهير..

تبدأ الرواية بعملية خطف سريعة ل (ماروخا) زوجة (بيياميثار) وأخته (بياتربث) .. ثم تجري الرواية بشكل دراماتيكي ومثير حقيقة ووصف للحالة النفسية المخطوفين وذويهم بأسلوب أدبي مشوق ،، وكذلك الترتيب الزمني لإحداث بشكل متقن أضاف للرواية الكثير من المتعة والترقب..

الرواية ستكون جيد لمن لم يسمع بالقصة ومجريات
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Louise


Before his novels came to define magical realism, Gabriel Garcia Marquez was a reporter and journalist. This work is from 1996 - after his greatest novels. It was also a time when the perpetrators of the crimes he writes of were still free and able to do harm.

The modest title belies the stunning narrative. While the focus is on the hostages, it is also the story of how the wily Pablo Escobar negotiated surrender to the Colombian government to include a prison of his own design and staffing so th
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Vinod
I loved this book because I knew what to expect. I didn't expect the magical realism that I love Marquez for. I didn't expect depiction of feelings in any direct way.

This is a journalistic account of a series of kidnappings happened in Colombia during the drug trafficking war days. I was surprised by how he was able to put the pieces together without sensationalizing.

The narration was compelling and I finished the whole book in my record time! :)

Recommend anyone this book, but make sure they
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Tayebe Ej
May 16, 2015 Tayebe Ej rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommended to Tayebe by: مهندس
نمیدونم انتظار چی داشتم، خود عنوان کتاب گفته که «گزارش»ه.. و واقعا هم همینه، خیلی نمیشه با شخصیتا ارتباط برقرار کرد چون خیلی تیتروار در حد دو پاراگراف در مورد هرکدوم توضیح داده شده، و خب حیف، واقعا ماجرایی بوده که میشده ازش یه داستان درست و حسابی درآورد!
Vanessa
Snooooooze.

Maybe it's in the wake of my trip to Colombia, where I thought I would be carried away by all things evoking Marquez, but I am honestly kind of questioning my slavish devotion to his greatness, lately. When I first read them, I was totally enthralled by A Hundred Years of Solitude, Chronicle of a Death Foretold, and The Very Old Man With Enormous Wings, and at least liked Love In The Time of Cholera pretty well. I was entirely annoyed by Memories of My Melancholy Whores for predictab
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Laleh
Marquez is one of my favorite authors. Although, the actual reason I read this particular book was that the Iranian opposition leader currently under house arrest -Mir Hossein Mousavi-, managed to send a message to his family, recommending this book in case people wanted to have a feel of what he is going through. He has been under house arrest for more than seven month now.

This book is different from other books by Marquez: It is not a work of magic realism fiction, it is a report by a true jo
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Catherine Bracy
Almost not worth reviewing. I was hoping for something a little more compelling (given that it's about kidnapping, the drug trade, and gov't corruption), but this read like a simple recitation of facts. I couldn't connect with any of the characters and I found the descriptions/scenes of what the victims experienced while in captivity tedious.

I know that this was written for a Colombian audience so they have all the context and really just want the juicy tidbits, but I was hoping for a bit more e
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Adri Villegas
Según su autor, este libro es absolutamente periodístico, cada dato está confirmado y no tiene nada de novela o ficción. Por esto, el libro se convierte en una excelente prueba de que el periodismo sí se puede valer de la literatura para crear excelentes reportajes, con caracterización de personajes, suspenso, acción, intriga, etc. El libro trata sobre el secuestro de periodistas ocurrido en 1991 (Azucena Liévano, Juan Vitta, Diana Turbay), narrado a partir del secuestro de Maruja Pachón. Creo q ...more
Hamidreza Hosseini
تا به حال کتابی از مارکز نخونده بودم. این کتاب رو هم چون میرحسین موسوی توصیه کرده بود خوندم تا با شرایط غیرانسانی زندانی شدن و حصر در مکانی غیر از زندان های رسمی آشنا بشم.

از لحاظ آشنایی با فضای سخت و دردناک حبس و حصر، واقعا تکون دهنده و دردناک بود. اما از لحاظ ادبی و داستانی و جذابیت، به نظرم خیلی جذاب نبود و یه داستان خیلی خیلی معمولی بود که لازم نبود اینقدر طولانی باشه و میشد به جای صفحه، در صفحه هم همین موضوعات رو مطرح کرد.
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Ana
Este livro de Gabriel Garcia Márquez, conta-nos a história real do sequestro de 10 pessoas (jornalistas, familiares de políticos e figuras públicas) ocorrido na Colômbia em 1990.
Para além de uma obra literária muito bem escrita, “Notícia de um sequestro” é um documento impressionante da história de um país.
O livro termina assim:
“-Que loucura! – suspirou encantada –Tudo isto dava para escrever um livro.”
E deu!
Cin
Este libro es un reportaje novelado en el que el periodista relata lo sucedido durante el secuestro y posterior liberación de algunos periodistas de bastante peso durante la época del narcotráfico colombiano, así como la muerte de dos de las secuestradas: Diana Turbay, hija de un ex presidente de Colombia, y Marina Montoya, hermana del secretario general de la presidencia.

Como en el caso de A sangre fría, de Capote, este libro, publicado en 1996, es uno de los ejemplos y logros que se tuvieron
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David
What a book! There were times I had to keep reminding myself this was a true story recounted by one of the world's best story-teller not a made-up story. Sometimes I got a little lost in the politic wrangling that went on but Garcia Marquez keeps the story moving with the individual tales of the characters. Truly a great read and I am not a fan of crime stories but reality changes this tale.

GM sat down and interviewed most of the people involved with the 1991 mass kidnapping by Pablo Escobar so
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Olethros
-Realismo nada mágico.-

Género. Novela.

Lo que nos cuenta. Relato de los acontecimientos reales que rodearon el devenir de varios secuestros conectados entre sí y realizados en la Colombia de comienzos de los años noventa.

¿Quiere saber más del libro, sin spoilers? Visite:

http://librosdeolethros.blogspot.com/...
mohamadadali abtahi
قبل از اینکه مهندس موسوی توصیه کنه خونده بودمش
eliafen
تخیلِ بدونِ کنترلِ من قبل از خوندن این رمان فقط با دیدن اسمش خیلی پیش رفته بود ولی با خوندنش و درگیر شدن با اسمهای عجیب و تعداد شخصیتهای زیادی که داشت کمی دلسرد شد. اما اینکه در اصل این کتاب به صورت مستند تاریخ دورهای کوتاه از کلمبیا رو داره روایت میکنه، اصلا برای من قابل باور نبود بخاطر اینکه تمام کتاب واقعیه و حقیقتا تو کلمبیا کارتلها که همیشه تو فیلمها دیدیم چه کارایی که نمیکنن، اینجا کارای وحشتناکتری میکنند!
همونطور که از اسم کتاب پیداس، گزارش خیلی خوب، دقیق و جامعی هست. با ماروخا و دیانا خیل
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Pooriya
Apr 19, 2012 Pooriya rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommended to Pooriya by: میر حسین موسوی
Shelves: novel
خوب فکر کنم همه ما اکثراً به یک دلیل این کتاب رو خوندیم برای همین دیگه در این مورد توضیحی نمیدم!
کتاب در کل یک گزارش بود و تمامی اتفاقات و صحنه ها مو به مو در اون توصیف شده بود نثر طولانی کتاب و گاهاً توضیحات اضافی به علاوه تعدد شخصیت ها و اسامی سختشون یکی از علل افت کیفیت کتاب بود البته در نسخه ای که من دارم مشکلات نگارشی، غلط های املایی و مشکلات چاپ از سایر مشکلات موجود بود که باعث کسالت اور شدن کتاب میشد.
در کل با خوندن چند فصل اول کتاب شاید خیلی ها بیخیال ادامه داستان بشن ولی خوب بهتره تمومش
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Kainzow
One of the best books I read this year!
Jennifer
This is not like Gabriel Garcia Marquez' other books. Read this if you want to learn more about the history of drug cartels in Colombia. It is a well written and exciting read that will give you some solid background information.

Do not read this if you loved "Love In The Time of Cholera" and are expecting something similar. You will be disappointed.
Jojo
Aug 01, 2007 Jojo rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of good journalism and Marquez
Shelves: non-fiction
This book is grim, but the narrative is compelling and provides context for understanding what was happening in Colombia during the height of the Medellin Cartel. Gabriel Garcia Marquez is a brilliant storyteller.
Latisha Guthrie
Harrowing story of news reporters kidnapped in columbia during the height of the drug wars. touching, brave, and amazing.
بثينة العيسى

هذه رواية شبه بوليسية، شبه تاريخية، ثقيلة العيار، ولكنها أيضا ماركيزية وتصب في عالمه البديع.

Natalie Scheidt
Gabriel describe so good a true story that you think itself to be implicated
Avid
After the disappointing attempt at reading Márquez’s popular book One Hundred Years of Solitude, which I found boring to say the least, I decided to give Márquez another try. It also fit right into the Seconds Challenge I had taken up this year. I was afraid I would find Love in the Time of Cholera unreadable, so I picked a drastically different book. News of a Kidnapping is a non-fiction book which records the kidnapping events that occurred in Columbia in the early 1990s.

Pablo Escobar, head of
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Lausº
No soy fan del señor Márquez, ya le he dado varias oportunidades pero su narrativa rara vez me atrapa... Eso si, nunca me he atrevido a leer sus “grandes novelas”, pero es que simplemente, no soy fan de Márquez.

En fin, este libro llegó a mis manos por una persona muy importante para mi... y como lección de que a veces las cosas no pasan como uno quiere, y que a veces, lo que uno espera no es lo que obtiene; decidí darle una oportunidad más al premio Nobel colombiano.

Mi problema con el escritor
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Guadalupe R
“Noticia De Un Secuestro” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez was a novel based upon a woman who was kidnapped in Bogota, Colombia. I have a deep passion for books that deal with crime and drug cartels. I strongly belief more authors should focus on writing books that relate to the modern world. I was hooked up effortlessly because the title states the word “kidnap” and I deeply enjoy this issue. What made this book a decent story was it was based on a true story. The kidnaping and all the murders that th ...more
Frank O'Neill
COLOMBIA’S NIGHTMARE

This is not the same Gabriel Garcia Marquez who charmed and beguiled us with such magical books as One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera. This is a much more sober man, one who was determined to chronicle the most bizarre and awful chapter in the history of Colombia with utmost precision and clarity. It’s the story of the abduction of ten Colombians — some of them prominent journalists — who were abducted by the drug lord Pablo Escobar as bargaining ch
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Cat
At the end of 1990, journalists and other personalities related to the government were kidnapped in Colombia. Behind those kidnappings was druglord Pablo Escobar, who wanted to avoid the extradition of drug terrorists to the United States of American, a law being signed by the government at the time. So, to apply some pressure, Escobar and his gang decided to kidnapp prominent Colombians. Maruja Pachón, journalist at the time and then Minister of Education, was one of them. She was kept in capti ...more
Sacha Calagopi
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Jae Smith
I stumbled upon this book while looking for another and was surprised to see Marquez had written a non-fiction book. I'd never heard of the story though of course had heard of Escobar and was interested to learn more. It is certainly very readable - although after flying through the first 200+ pages the last 70 or so dragged badly. The pros are the story itself, the fact that Marquez is well-written technically, and that you get a sense that he was impacted by what happened to these people and t ...more
حسين العُمري
رواية كفيلم وثائقي ممتع ومثير ، المخطوفين وأهاليهم والخاطفين والسياسيين وحرب المخدرات والإرهاب ، الشد والجذب والانتظار والحذر الشديد والترقب ، صاغ ماركيز هذه الرواية من واقع كولومبيا في منتصف الثمانينات وبدايات التسعينات ، تلك المرحلة الدموية من تاريخ البلاد والصراع العنيف بين الدولة وكارتلات المخدرات ، برغم كثافة العمل إلا أنه أعطى صورة حية للمشاعر الإنسانية المتباينة ولوعات الغياب والفقد والأسر ووحشية البشر أحياناً ،، رواية رائعة أخرى لماركيز
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Gabriel José de la Concordia García Márquez was a Colombian novelist, short-story writer, screenwriter and journalist. García Márquez, familiarly known as "Gabo" in his native country, was considered one of the most significant authors of the 20th century. In 1982, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.

He studied at the University of Bogotá and late worked as a reporter for the Colombian ne
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