Results 1 – 18 of 18 El ángel caído (Gótica) by William Hjortsberg and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Donde publicar un libro El ángel caído (Gótica), paginas descarga de libros gratis El ángel caído (Gótica), web de libros gratis El ángel caído. Bibliographic Details. Title: EL ANGEL CAIDO. Publisher: Valdemar. Binding: Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Book Condition: Nuevo. About this title. Synopsis.

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Christina rated it did not like it Nov 11, Refresh and try again. What puts this novel in the dark fiction category was the voodoo and Satanic worship which both play a role in the plot. Having read dl book before and after the movie was released, I can say that it is a good adaptation.

You should take this ebook, i grant downloads as a pdf, kindle dx, word, txt, ppt, rar and zip. This book hjortsbrrg gives you good thought that will very influence for the readers future. He knows it is bad news. And each have an upside down star or inverted pentagram on their person. No, si tiene su gracia.

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Falling Angel- Buddy read 88 56 Apr 18, A nadie le importa una mierda. There are so many people have been read this book. While this doesn’t invalidate the story, it does mean that you get thwacked in the forehead with foreshadowing every other paragraph or so.


Hjortsberg, on his website, talks about why he sat the novel willliam In brief, I enjoyed hjottsberg hard-boiled side of the story, the supernatural parts not so much. Fortunately, it’s still in print, as it well should be. His most recent work is Jubilee Hitchhikera biography of author Richard Brautigan.

The prose in this book are lean and mean with some great hardboiled one liners that certainly toss willam grappling hook back to Raymond Chandler. View all 17 comments.

This is one of the best, noir, hard-boiled gumshoe novel’s I’ve read. I downloaded it and began reading. Soon he is in waaaay over his head- dealing abgel things waaaay out of his comfort zone. I’m a huge fan of noir crime fiction, and someone recommended this book as one I’d like in that genre. If the worst thing williaam can say about a book is that someone made a pretty good movie out of it, then that’s probably a pretty safe recommendation. Hjortsberg also wrote the screenplay for Legenda dark fairy tale directed by Ridley Scott.

Roosevelt Island is called Welfare Island, quite correctly; street names are given caldo names they had 45 years ago; subway ads are described that I can dimly recall from my youth at hjortsbery time; one-cent peanut-vending machines are in the subways boy, does that bring me back! The book is an enjoyable read if you saw the film awhile back. The Hundred Best Books. I’ve seen the movie of this book and although there are some similarities they are vastly different.

Apr 16, Timothy Mayer rated it it was amazing Shelves: And Jack the Ripper. It was the hand of emperors and assassins.


Oct 27, James Thane rated it liked it Shelves: The content of this book are easy to be understood. He runs into many people who knew Hjortsherg, but few who remember anything about him.

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This deep make is purchased to interpret once you want. The author went overboard in his attempts to remind you that the story is set hjortsherg the s.

The problem is the things Angel has seen on this case are casting the type of doubts that lead to belief. There’s the private detective, Harold Angel, working out of a crappy little office, dressed sloppily, with stains on his tie; places that people wouldn’t go to after dark; a fl hospital in the country, characters involved in the dark world of voodoo and black magic etc.

Hjortsberg does an excellent job in keeping the reader guessing as the plot unfolds. I don’t know if the author grew up in this town in the ’50s or just did a remarkable research job, but the reader really does get the impression that this book which came out in was written a few decades earlier.