El emblema del traidor has ratings and reviews. Chris said: This had all the potential to be a very good book. Unfortunately, it ended up being. Buy El emblema del traidor by Juan Gómez-Jurado (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible. The Traitor’s Emblem is a bestselling thriller novel by Juan Gómez-Jurado originally Author, Juan Gómez-Jurado. Original title, El emblema del traidor.
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Peter attempts to find out the truth behind his father’s death against the backdrop of Germany’s terrible economy after World Emvlema I and the beginning rise of Hitler and his SS. A very different story from the others written by this author.
El Emblema del Traidor
After Paul discovers that his dad was not killed in a shipwreck years ago, as he’s been led to believe, he and his mom are thrown out and have to start making a future for themselves. Paul is heroic and Jurgen is evil at almost comic-book levels. Trivia About The Traitor’s Emblem. The eagle was holding a sword, and there was a number 32 above its head and an enormous diamond encrusted in its chest. Get your copy here. However, the pacing felt uneven and the characters too underdeveloped for me to truly fall in love with the story – probably why it took me over a week to finish reading it: The name sake for the entire book did not even come into existence until the last ten pages!
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Without giving too much away, the circumstances surrounding the breakout from Dachau fails to provide the slimmest glimmer of evidence as to why the Nazis suddenly took up the chase. It concerns two boys as they grow into men. But I couldn’t help closing the book without thinking there should have been more.
Readers of a nervous disposition should be warned that some passages are delightfully gruesome. Feb 22, Laetitia Red rated it liked it.
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This fascinating story deals with life in Germany between the wars following the fortunes of some fundamentally decent people as they struggle with the moral and physical difficulties of survival in a system increasingly distorted by violence, sectarianism and hatred.
All Paul wants is to find out what happened to his father Hans and why he was branded a deserter and the facts of his death obscured. Where the book fails is in the characterizations. When the torrent subsides, the leader of the survivors gratefully offers the captain a strange-looking emblem made of gold and diamonds, in exchange for safe passage to the coast of Portugal instead of Spain.
The identity of the one-eyed man remains a puzzle until very late in the book, and turns out to be an astonishingly clever twist in a plot full of delightfully clever surprises.
Fredman – Kirkus Reviews. The ending is relatively satisfying with a nice plot twist.
El emblema del traidor by Juan Gomez-Jurado (3 star ratings)
I could put it down. The action is well driven even if not always with a sustained rhythm andif the reader can overcome the slight impression of naivetythe book could be read with some interest. I did enjoy this book for the most part and would recommend it to most people.
Please try again later. All and all though, it held my interest and was well written. Una lectura entretenida ambientada en la Alemania de Also, there is no doubt a tremendous amount of research was conducted by Gomez Jurado, with a lot of information around which to frame a story.
Alys is the disobedient daughter we’ve seen in a thousand books. El autor opta por exagerar situaciones que lejos de crear tension desencantan por lo absurdo de la accion.
What can be said without intruding on the story is that the author creates an atmosphere in the book that engulfs the reader as it does the characters in the story.
The tale is set in motion by the mystery of a gpmez medal-like object which a Spanish captain passes on to his son; only in is emblmea origin of the emblem finally explained. Very well ambiented, with most credible surrounding atmosphere for pre- Nazi Germany and the development of Nazism, without leaving aside the character driven story.
Then he and his three compatriots disappear. Skip to main content. As a token of his gratitude, the German officer, a man with one eye, leading the group gives Gonzalez a gift, a medal made of solid gold.