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Dedicated with my best wishes to Gilmar Siueira and Daniela ChamorroPromises are sacred and i have to keep them For this reason I expect that the users of Goodreads forgive my delay unforgiving I offer the review of this master piece was written by Juan Manuel de Prada In my humble opinion Juan Manuel de Prada is not only the best catholic writer of Spain He is the best writer of my country Spain With the purpose that the name of Juan Manuel de Prada were familiar to users of Goodreads I recommend to the users of Goodreads to read my review of his novel about Saint Therese of Jesus The castle of diamond this novel Juan Manuel de Prada had the intention to emulate to the Spanish writer Benito Perez Galdos to create a National Chapters of the Spanish history in the 20th century The novel is about the brave Spanish soldiers who defend Baler in Philippines De Prada is like the main character of Mr Smith goes Washington a defender of the lost causes those that it is worth to fight for them In the same case of Rodas Nothing was better defended the Emperor Charles V say These braves soldiers defend heroically when Philippines had surrendered to United States These men resisted to the Philippines for several months The novel is a play with five acts if we count the prologue and the epilogue The prologue is played by the nun Luc a and Teodorico Novicio the leader of the Philippines It is really exciting In the first act really are three acts Juan Manuel de Prada introduces the main characters to the readers The first is the Captain Enriue de las Morenas a mirror of the walking knighthood and his family in this part there is a critic against the regime of the Spanish Restoration in the dialogue with Paradas the bad priest and the official In second chapter appear Saturnino Martin Cerezo and his assistant Calventey a man with self destructives trendiness and he hated God and their ministers It is interesting the description who made Juan Manuel de Prada of the opium store He reminded me very much to Oscar Wilde and the cosmopolitism of Pierre Loti Perhaps his best character was the nun Lucia She is a break hit woman heart She is very inspired in the character who played Audrey Hepburn in the movie The Nun s Story without having the faith crisis who suffer the Fred Zinemann s character who has not idea that she want to do with her life I have not read the Kathryn M Hulme novel s but I have a bad opinion of the Fred Zinemann movie that in my opinion The Nun s Story is the story of a apostasy De Prada used old new things to make his novel He catches the elegancy of Mrs Hepburn to create the nun Lucia Lucia has a superior level than Audrey Hepburn She despite being alone can face to the leader of the Philippines Teodorico Novicio and another gallants without losing her virtue who say my teacher of history in La Salle Ramon Bayarri Olivan it did not happen anything The loves provoked by this nun are purely Platonic despite the critics about this person She got to obtain the best of the person who love her She is the opposite to the Femme fatal In her chapter played together Teodorico Novicio De Prada salutes writers like Emilio Salgari and the polish writer Henryk Sienkiewicz They have to survive to the Philippines rebels Ilongotes and the wild life lovely caiman In this phase of the novel the nun and the member of Katipunan speak about the divine and the human I cheer up to the reader They do not miss any dialogues between them Undoubtedly is one of the best part of the novel De Prada is an archeologist who rescues forgotten words The next chapter is played by Candido Minaya a friar who has a secret in his heart he reminded to me powerfully to the Graham Greene s priest Power and glory and The honorary consul The friar Candido has two missions an official to persuade to Nun Lucia to come back to Philippines ordered by his bishop Nozedal and he has a particular mission He is a brave priest who evangelized to the Ilongotes tribes Other character is the Carlistes follower Ramiro Garzon the carlistes are similar to the Jacobites and the followers of the king Michael in Portugal The Carlistes defending the salic law defended the right of Carlos Maria Isidro to reign in Spain in the place of the Spanish ueen Elisabeth II A part of them they defended the Spanish legislation previous the constitution of 1812 and the catholic religion Although I do not share the point of view of the Carlistes the few persons that I have known are noble brave and good persons I was posting in a forum despite not agreeing with their opinions they were tolerant respectful than many persons who consider tolerant and respectful The carlistes ideas of Ramiro Garzon is influenced by the goodness influence of Juan Manuel De Prada s friend Miguel Ayuso In one of the best articles Juan Manuel de Prada receives a prize of the Spanish monarchy for the article what is the monarchy for you Although it was strange the monarchies ideas of Juan Manuel de Prada are similar to the ideas of Joseph Pearce Charles A Coulombe and my friend Elena Maria Vidal However De Prada his kind of king follows the Spain model and not the absolutism French model For him the king protect the people against the nobility and the economic power For this reason De Prada is against the parliamentary monarchy because is a treason to his ideas Ramiro Garzon has a blood half daughter Guicay who has with a Philippines woman thanks to her and the nun Mercedes we know the historical figure of Rizal thanks to Juan Manuel de Prada have escaped the prejudices that I had against this character After De Prada introduce the different soldiers Chamizo an alter ego of Juan Manuel de Prada Calvete Vigil the pincher gipsy Santamaria who played and adventure in Port Saidand Gonzalez de Toca and Menache The passages of this novels are from the United States director John Ford although the novel is hostile to the United States who conuer Philippines after declaring the independence in 1947 because Philippines was a problem for them He spoke the trying of United States to introduce protestant sects to denaturalize the Catholic Religion With all I prefer something like De Prada who say the critic loyalty than another who pretend being a friend but they are worse than Juan Manuel de Prada I know a lot catholic friends in Goodreads to realize that there are a lot of America and not only the Mayflower s pilgrims In Die under your sky appears one of most hideous villain of the history of the literature Rutger van Houten who is an allegory of the black legend it is not strange he was from Netherlands The use that De Prada makes of the allegory reminded me to the Japanese writer Shusaku Endo some of their characters are allegories In his novel Scandal eual like Juan Manuel de Prada reach the same conclusion that Juan Manuel de Prada The novels were born the suffering and the pain of the writers He did not either beautiful novels Phisically Rutger van Houten is inspired in one of the Juan Manuel de Prada favorite actors De Prada is a moviegoer Rutger Hauer I wandered while I read the novel if Van Houten the surname was inspired in the repellent Bart Simpson s friend Milhouse van Houten A part of this Van Houten has in common with Kurtz although I have the idea that Kurtz had good intention before his utopia in Congo finished with the sad result of Heart of darkness In my opinion has in common with Svidrigailov one of the villain of Crime and punishment was written by one of the Juan Manuel de Prada s favorite author Dostoyevski This novel influenced powerfully in his youth and his Christianity Van Houten is a clear example of the Darwinism and the Nietzsche teaching He believes in the idea of race not the race of the French count Gobineau He believe in the American sociologist who believe in the decline of the Latin races A man only reach the chaos and destruction He hates Spanish and Philippines for eual although he used the second for his evil purposes He is a member of Katipunan with his barbarian rites a weapons smuggler and mason of course His relation with the honorable Teodorico Novicio is dreadful despite they have the same purpose really not are the same It is curious but the Philippines rebel except Emilio Aguinaldo First he betrayed Spain and after to United States are not very badIn the second act all characters some sent by the governor Primo de Rivera met in Baler They are a lot of atractions Guicay Chamizo De las Morenas Lucia It is really curious but De Prada with the novel describes much better his women characters The nun Lucia and Guicay are very well built There are a wonderful conversation between Guicay and Chamizo about the women although it was politically incorrect I agree with Guicay After there are another beautiful dialogue between Enriue de las Morenas and Staurnino Martin Cerezo about the resurrection and the romance of the Children Count El conde ni o In spite all there are a clash between Staurnino and Enriue Saturnino with Lucia and Fraiar Candido Chamizo is the nemesis of the evil Menache and Van Houten is evil and evil with the spend of the novel In some case provoke the laugh of the reader although in another moment is terrible like a fallen angel In the third act we read the siege of Baler De Prada although there are combats he is not a battle writer like Tolkien Stephen R Lawhead Victor Hugo Galdos Arturo Perez Reverte or Ryo Wada The situations happened in the abbey not in the battlefield We look the decision of the Spanish soldiers fell and fighting with the temptation of giving up Saturnino is close to the paranoia All character will have to fight against their devils Although there are moment of beauty De Prada wrote one of the most beautiful deaths of the literature Van Houten followed his low instinct although he cannot with the virtue of Guicay This character reminded me to Roger Prynne but he is not the character of Scarlet letter was written by Nathaniel Hawthorne I am refering to Roger Prynne of Roland Joffe of the movie Scarlet Letter Candido will have to face to his past Lucia will decide between Las Morenas or Teodorico Novicio Saturnino has to face to his violence nature There will be time to make justice and to see a figth between the good and evil at last a character receive his punishment De las Maorenas and Chamizo will be heros Candido and Saturnino reached the redemption other suffering the cruelty of the fate They are characters who cross the narrow gate Caldentey and Gonzalez de Toca and Van Houten and Menache receive their punishmentThe novel concluded with a feeling tribute to Heart of darkness we look in the conversation between Lucia and Carmen the two women in the life of the Paladin Enriue de las Morenas an authentic Amadis Gaul or uixote Also they are a one of the beautiest ending that I have ever read There are a violent struggle against the regime of the restoration in Spain although we do not believe the Spanish is similar in the evil to the Spanish Transition The critic of Juan Manuel de Prada is against the restoration and to our period of history Philippines served to him to warn that the following movement will be the independence of Catalonia and Basue Country De Prada reports the two parties but eually the new politics worse than the old politics Juan Manuel De Prada is a prophet that unfortunately we do not want to listen although we should listen and keep his words in our hearts He have written a classic of the twenty first century In my opinion if it is not the best novel that I have read in 2016 It is close to become it At finally De Prada offer a thunder light of hope because even in Dark Age appears excellent Spaniards like the characters that defended Baler and the courage is inherited This is the story when we were soldiers It is our responsibility to fight for the best of their legacy A part of Die under your sky this year De Prada will write a novel about a old writer and his disciple in the line of his admired Henry James Despite their critic against the globalization I do not lose the hope because De Prada said who likes the popular genres I wish I could read a epic Christian fantasy novel was written by him or and sword and sandal genre siliar to the western to the catholic writers God please continue leading his leather and the ideas from his head and heart

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Onal y sobre el amor la amistad el valor y el sacrificio en la poca ms convulsa de nuestra historia reciente Morir Bajo Tu Cielo de Prada Juan Manuel de En Morir bajo tu cielo inspirndose en auel episodioJuan Manuel de Prada nos propone una inmersin en la Filipinas de la poca de la mano de personajes inolvidables ue permanecern en la memoria y el corazn de los lectores oficiales heridos por un secreto dolor frailes trabucaires soldados tratados como carne de can por sus gobernantes insurrectos filipinos llenos de Morir bajo tu cielo | Librotea Uno de los episodios ms heroicos y desconocidos de la historia de Espaa narrado por uno de los escritores ms brillantes de la literatura contempornea el desastre del y la prdida de Filipinas en la nueva entrega literaria de Juan Manuel de Prada Entre el de junio de y el de junio de un destacamento espaol resisti el asedio de las tropas filipina. No hac is una idea de hasta ue punto escribe bien este hombre Ah lo dejo

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  • Morir bajo tu cielo
  • Juan Manuel de Prada
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  • 13 October 2017
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5 thoughts on “Morir bajo tu cielo

  1. says:

    Dedicated with my best wishes to Gilmar Siueira and Daniela ChamorroPromises are sacred and i have to keep them For this reason I expect that the users of Goodreads forgive my delay unforgiving I offer the review o

  2. says:

    No hacéis una idea de hasta ue punto escribe bien este hombre Ahí lo dejo

  3. says:

    Excellent book very well written I was looking into some insight about the Spanish Philippine US war which was always kind of a mystery to me

  4. says:

    Excelente libro Impecablemente escrito narra los últimos años de colonización de España en Filipinas usando como eje conductor a José Rizal un poeta filipino ue fue fusilado por defender sus ideas políticas Historias maravillosamente entrecruzadas en una prosa a la vez sutil y descarnada Era la primera vez ue leía una obra de este escr

  5. says:

    Terminado La sensación ue me ha dejado es agridulce pero positiva en general Por un lado la ambientación me ha parecido soberbia de las ue más he disfrutado nunca en una novela histórica aunue la forma de escribir del autor es un tanto rebuscada y demasiado adornada para mi gusto creo ue si hacemos el ejercicio de eli

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