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9786073188289

El jardín del mar/ The Sea Garden

  • ISBN 13:

    9786073188289

  • ISBN 10:

    6073188285

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 06/23/2020
  • Publisher: Grijalbo Mondadori

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Summary

A veces la familia se vuelve fortaleza, una que ni la guerra más despiadada puede derribar.

Bulgaria, 1942. Boris III debe entregar 20 mil judíos a los nazis para su exterminio, pero el rey y su pueblo no piensan ceder. Así también resiste el pequeño Alberto, de tan sólo seis años, cuando los oficiales de las ss se llevan por la fuerza a su padre. Ahora es el hombre de la familia, debe cuidar a su hermano menor y a su madre, quien busca mantener a sus hijos a salvo de los horrores de la guerra y no perder la esperanza de estar una vez más junto a su querido esposo.

Basada en hechos reales, El Jardín del Mar relata, a través de los ojos de un niño, la historia jamás antes contada sobre el destino singular que corrieron los judíos búlgaros durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial.

Una novela narrada con extraordinaria belleza, profunda y conmovedora, sobre una familia que busca sobrevivir y reencontrarse... incluso en una nueva patria.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

Sometimes the family becomes a fortress, one that not even the most ruthless war can break down.
 
Bulgaria, 1942. Boris III must deliver 20 thousand Jews to the Nazis for extermination, but the king and his people have no intentions of complying. And this is also the way that six-year-old Alberto resists when the SS officers forcefully take his father. Now he has become the man of the house, he must take care of his younger brother and his mother, who seeks to keep their children safe from the horrors of war and not lose hope of reuniting with her beloved husband.
 
Based on real events, The Sea Garden tells, through the eyes of a child, the never before told story about the unique destiny of Bulgarian Jews during World War II.
 
A deep and moving novel narrated with extraordinary beauty, about a family that seeks to survive and one day reunite ... even if it has to be in a new country.

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