- Tapa blanda: 240 páginas
- Editor: Nube De Tinta; Edición: 001 (13 de febrero de 2014)
- Colección: Nube de Tinta
- Idioma: Español
- ISBN-10: 8415594143
- ISBN-13: 978-8415594147
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº283.509 en Libros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros)
La casa 758 (Nube de Tinta) Tapa blanda – 13 feb 2014
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Hace dos años que Krista perdió a su madre en un accidente de coche y, desde entonces, su vida no tiene sentido.
Krista perdió a su madre en un accidente de coche hace dos años y, desde entonces, su mundo se ha roto. Siguiendo una rutina inflexible que ella misma se ha impuesto, día tras día se acerca a la casa 758, el lugar donde vive el chico que provocó el accidente mortal. Krista no sabe por qué lo hace: ¿quiere hacerlo sufrir?, ¿necesita poner cara a su nombre?, ¿dar forma a su odio?
Pero la vida de Krista empieza a cambiar con la llegada a casa de su abuelo materno, un superviviente del Holocausto de origen húngaro. Su testimonio logrará sacar a Krista de la apatía y le dará la fuerza que necesita para volver a empezar...
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«La Casa 758 no os defraudará. He reído, he llorado... y al terminar el libro, mi corazón se sentía completo.»
«Un libro que te hará ver las cosas de otra manera. Totalmente recomendable.»
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The story begins in the early summer and Krista's dad is hounding her to find something productive to do with her free time such as joining the swim team or getting a job. Krista's best friend Lyla is going away for the summer, but tries to be reassuring that she is there for Krista if she needs her and openly states that she thinks Krista is a "big responsibility".
The book pulls you in when Krista starts displaying acts of teenage defiance when she starts coming home late, stealing from the mall, and stalking the house at 758. You can sense her anger that those around her have moved on from her mothers death sooner than she would have preferred.
The story is good, and I felt drawn into the developing relationship with the grandfather. His story was absolutely beautiful, and I would loved to have more- but it was just enough to help Krista develop and grow.
I felt the romantic relationship between Krista and Jake was a bit unnecessary, except to give her a comfortable outlet to express her feelings later on in the book. There could have been more development and growth of their relationship to help the story progress and give their specific relationship more meaning.
Near the end and around the resolution we learn additional information on Krista's loss (not her mother) that was hardly hinted at earlier in the book and therefore didn't have much of an impact as I believe it should have. This is probably the only negative thought I had while reading this book.
I really enjoy how this book was written. It flows very well and the language and thought process of the MC is easy to follow, making this a quick read. The authors use of adjectives and adverbs paints a perfect picture of what is happening in the book that I find myself immersed within it's pages. However, I feel the story was either too short (by about 100 pages of detail and interactions that could have helped development), or was too long (should have been turned into a short story with details such as romantic relations excluded).
The cover is simple, but enjoyable to look at. I marked this book as "want to read" after the cover piqued my interest, and reading the description the book sounded relatable to me and like it may be a decent coming of age, or young adult suspense novel. At a short 158 pages I figured this book would be a nice "pallet cleanser".
I give this book a 3/5 star rating.
This rating and review is based on immediate feelings after completing this book, and is not in comparison to other books I have read.
I would probably recommend this book to a friend who wants a quick read and enjoys coming of age stories.
I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in return for my honest review.
This book was so beautifully written. The style is fluid and flawless.
The narration gives us deep feelings of sadness echoing the character's. It was easy to feel how painful it must have been for a young girl like Krista to lose her mom. Her depression and emotions are depicted accurately whether they are blatant or implied through the narrative.
I liked all the characters in the book.
I enjoyed how Krista's story mirrored her grandfather in that they had to learn how to move on beyond hate in order to keep on living.
George's story made me cry, especially because I know it is very personal for the author as it portrays people she knows in real life. It made George come to life, made his story SO important. His story isn't detailed and that was probably done on purpose as camp survivors will say only ever so much about what they've been through.
This book is important as it seems our society is slowly forgetting the horrors that ignorance and prejudice can bring to life.
I highly recommend this book high on emotions for its depiction of grief and depression as well as the beautiful, flawless writing. Such a beautiful book. Thank you to the author for writing it.
La Casa 758 did not disappoint. I laughed, I cried, and by the time I finished the book my heart felt full.
It is regretful that La Casa 758 is available for purchase only in the Spanish language - the English language based publishing houses who passed it by truly missed out on a winner.