- Tapa blanda: 417 páginas
- Editor: P.S.; Edición: Reprint (1 de agosto de 2010)
- Colección: P.S.
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0061926000
- ISBN-13: 978-0061926006
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº209.584 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
Endless Love (P.S.) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – ago 2010
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Scott Spencer writes about loves tenacity with passionate intensity
.From his remarkable opening sentence he had me in thrall.
First published three decades ago, and hailed as one of the best books of the year by theNew York Times, here is the classic novel that first established Scott Spencer as the contemporary American master of the love story(Publishers Weekly).With more than 2,000,000 copies sold worldwide and translated into more than 20 languages, SpencersEndless Love is a breathtaking story of teenage passion and obsession. TheWashington Post called this unforgettable reading experience, akin to the legendary thrill of riding a roller-coaster.Endless Love is eternaland as moving and satisfying as ever before.
The classic novel that has been translated into over twenty languages and has sold more than two million copies worldwide
One of the most celebrated novels of its time, Endless Love remains perhaps the most powerful book ever written about young love. Riveting, compulsively readable, and ferociously sexual,Endless Love tells the story of David Axelrod and his overwhelming love for Jade Butterfield.
David and Jade are consumed with each other: their rapport, their desire, their sexuality, take them further than they understand. And when Jade's father banishes David from the home, he fantasizes the forgiveness his rescue of the family will bring, and he sets a "perfectly safe" fire to their house. What unfolds is a nightmare, a dark world in which David's love is a crime and a disease, a world of anonymous phone calls, crazy letters, and new fearsand the inevitable and punishing pursuit of the one thing that remains most real to him: his endless love for Jade and her family.
Published in 1979 and hailed as "one of the best books of the year" by the New York Times, Endless Love is the novel that first established Scott Spencer as "the contemporary American master of the love story" (Publishers Weekly).Ver Descripción del producto
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Just the first part of the book's first sentence tells us so much:
"When I was seventeen and in full obedience to my heart's most urgent commands, I stepped far from the pathway of normal life and in a moment's time ruined everything I love..." I found this to be one of the most incredibly poetic openings to any story, and I knew that I would read this book through to the very end.
As a warning to some readers: Despite the above, I do have one criticism, and I hope that I don't sound overly prudish when I say WHY I would not recommend this book to a friend without a pre-warning, and WHY I would not suggest this for my Book Club. That is: In my opinion, there is one very lengthy and quite repulsive love scene. It actually made me a bit nauseated. It is not beautiful, but rather graphic and ugly. And it went on so long - I would skip ahead a page or two and think: "Oh, they are still at it," and then I'd skip a bit farther ahead. I cannot write specifics here, but I will say that I found the scene repugnant as opposed to sensual, and that about sums it up.
Still, I couldn't leave this book, and there is so much to marvel at and enjoy. There is almost some dark humor during the chapters after the taxi accident, which were so good.
A book like this is a gem and a rare one.