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El maestro de esgrima In Madrid In , Fencing Master And Man Of Honor Don Jaime Is Approached By A Mysterious Woman Who Seeks To Learn The Unstoppable Thrust, An Arcane Technique Known Only To Him All Too Soon He Finds Himself In The Vortex Of A Plot That Includes Seduction, Secret Political Documents, And Than One Murder Rich With Historical Detail Of A Decaying World That Agonizes As Does The Art Of Fencing Itself Over The Ideals Of Honor And Chivalry, The Fencing Master Is Superb Literature And A True Page Turner


About the Author: Arturo Pérez-Reverte

Spanish novelist and ex journalist He worked as a war reporter for twenty one years 1973 1994 He started his journalistic career writing for the now defunct newspaper Pueblo Then, he jumped to news reporter for TVE, Spanish national channel As a war journalist he traveled to several countries, covering many conflicts He put this experience into his book Territorio Comanche , focusing on



10 thoughts on “El maestro de esgrima

  1. says:

    This is my favourite of Perez Reverte s books that I ve read thus far The stoic fencing maestro Jaime Astarloa is living out his remaining days of quiet desperation with a philosophical stiff upper lip as he


  2. says:

    This book is my first read of Arturo P rez Reverte I got this book from a second hand book and read it without much expectation I was delighted that I find a good book without influenced by any review, or opinion of


  3. says:

    So in this book I was presented with two subjects in which I was either woefully ignorant or totally clueless the art of fencing and an 1868 Spanish overthrow of Queen Isabell II I think my understanding would have been en


  4. says:

    Don Jaime Astarloa has two convictions The first one is to be a man of honor The second is the belief that fencing is the ultimate art The pistol is not a weapon, it is an impertinence If two men are to kill each other, they shou


  5. says:

    The Fencing Master by Arturo Perez Reverte is a throwback to another time in fact, even within the 1868 time setting of the story, the protagonist a fencing master, go figure is a throwback to another time, an era of pure honor and pure


  6. says:

    Okay, first off I went into this book with no great expectations I picked it up on impulse, in a random kindle sale, intending to save it as light reading for the first time I go to the beach, whenever that will be I knew I was probably the wr


  7. says:

    Don Jaime Astarloa is the one of the last of a noble, dying breed As a master of the art of fencing, he lives his life by the rules of the blade, a code of conduct that centers around honorable swordsmanship and fair play With modern weapons like the


  8. says:

    This one is quite simple and straight forward I might recommend it for a young adult who likes adventure stories I just felt like it gave into stereotypes and predictability a little too much Perez Reverte has something of an obsession with the Dark Lady ch


  9. says:

    A fairly good book The story developed slowly but eventually picked up The book tells tge story of a fencing master Don Jamie, one of the few, living in the civil war period He is approached by a young seniorita, with in depth knowledge on the art of fencing He re


  10. says:

    I originally discovered Arturo Perez Reverte through Johnny Depp s film The Ninth Gate based on Perez Reverte s book The Club Dumas I was quickly enad with his writing, which is fluid, descriptive, and intrinsically character based My only complaint with The Club Dumas w


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