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Three Musketeers

2.90  ·  Rating Details  ·  20 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
The story takes us from the bars of Buenos Aires to the beaches of Mar Del Plata, through a forgotten childhood and an era of dicatorship, between memories and reality, until everything converges in an exciting, thrilling end.
Hardcover, 211 pages
Published October 1st 2008 by Toby Press (first published May 2001)
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La amistad entre tres jóvenes judíos conocidos como "Los tres mosqueteiros" (con "i") termina en drama cuando dos de ellos se acercan ideológicamente a la organización armada "Montoneros" y mueren asesinados a principios de la década de los 70. El tercer "mosqueteiro" regresa a la Argentina luego de 30 años de autoexilio en Israel buscando...¿Qué busca exactamente? Es una de las primeras preguntas que se hace Javier Mossen, el apático y desvalido periodista que relatará esta historia y acompañar ...more
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Aug 18, 2011 Milan/zzz rated it it was ok
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This was an interesting read; though not too compelling. From time to time confusing narrative but with nice humour. I must say I wasn't too familiar with the political background of the story and I'm sure I'd find this read more interesting if that wasn't the case.
Gabriel
Jan 31, 2009 Gabriel rated it liked it
One of those books that make you want to live in another city. In this case, Buenos Aires. Good writing, funny, thought provoking, set in South America. Simply put, the type of novel I like to read.
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Simple story and enjoyable reading experience-overarching themes prevail..
Laura
Nov 30, 2010 Laura rated it it was ok
The writing wasn't clear, which made it difficult to follow the storyline. Also the end was a letdown.
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Oct 20, 2009 m_miriam rated it did not like it
Shelves: fiction
Badly written or badly translate? A little of both I think.
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Marcelo Birmajer was born the 29th of November of 1966 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His pearents were jews that emigrated to this country from Europe. At the age of twenty years old he started working as a writer for "Fierro" magazine (argentinian comic magazine). After that he also worked for several newspapers as a writter and he also wrote some movie scripts.
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