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This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [How was the spanish author communicating with Twariq people while he does not speak their language? This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [can i consider this book as part 2 of the 1st book Tawariq?
See 2 questions about Los Ojos Del Tuareg…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. Sort order. Start your review of Los Ojos Del Tuareg. A fine novel about the life in the worst desert on earth.
It is a tale that confronts old and new, tradition and inovation, compassion and logic. It seems, that even these days, there are ignorant tribes in Africa wich have more brain than oursekves. It seems that the sin of underestimation is a whoke lot worse than other under the unbearable heat of the sun. There are cuktures in the book which are very often talked about - but this story is a whole about distinquished armies. A very nice one t A fine novel about the life in the worst desert on earth.
A very nice one to read. Very good work, the book involves you in an interesting story about a dessert tribu, and shows you how they see and life live!. As well the situation around the story makes you see, compare and realize how selfish people can be, how the ambitious and business can make man loose control and behave in a un respectable way. In the other hand it makes you realize that currently exists people that continue living under all rules that are so far for most of globalize countries, it's amazing how the se Very good work, the book involves you in an interesting story about a dessert tribu, and shows you how they see and life live!.
In the other hand it makes you realize that currently exists people that continue living under all rules that are so far for most of globalize countries, it's amazing how the separation is.
Good to read. As often the case with many spin-offs of bestseller books and blockbuster movies, The Touareg's spin-off is seriously sub-par compared to the original.
Villain character Milosevic is as demonic as it is unlikely to be found in the real world. From my perspective as motor racing fan and journalist, the Paris-Dakar rally had so many true stories to begin fictionalising, yet Alberto Vazquez-Figueroa came up with a plot as artificial as plastic for this book. Details of nomadic life in the desert te As often the case with many spin-offs of bestseller books and blockbuster movies, The Touareg's spin-off is seriously sub-par compared to the original.
Details of nomadic life in the desert tend to make up for the poor storyline, but overall it's still a big disappointment. As with the Tuareg, I had the privilege of reading the book next door to Sahara. It is more dynamic than the first one in the series, but the philosophical tone is also toned down. I figure it's a Western made of Tuaregs and Sahara dessert. It's a bit harsh on the Paris-Dakar Rally and, now that it didn't happen, I must add one good thing about it: it made me wonder about the countries and their people I otherwise wouldn't.
I couldn't put the book down until I finished reading it. Readers also enjoyed. Since his youth, he visited the Sahara and described the culture of the desert region. He attended the studios of the Escuela Oficial de Periodismo de Madrid in a part of and worked in the Destino specials. As a correspondent, he documented revolutionary wars in countries such as Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, and Guatemala.
He has also published an autobiography called Anaconda. As president of a company he made a process consisting of flowing sea water at an elevation of m to form a natural osmotic pressure. The company was constructed in Jordan Other books in the series. Tuareg 3 books. As dedicated readers already know, some of the best and most innovative stories on the shelves come from the constantly evolving realm of young ad Read more No trivia or quizzes yet.
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Los Ojos Del Tuareg
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