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Full Circle Full Circle Invites Us To Accompany Chilean Writer Luis Sepulv Da On A Journey Without A Fixed Itinerary Whatever His Subject Brutalities Suffered Under Pinochet S Dictatorship, Sleepy Tropical Towns Visited In Exile, Or The Landscapes Of Legendary Patagonia Sepulv Da Is An Unflinchingly Honest Yet Lyrical Toryteller Extravagant Characters And Extraordinary Situations Are Memorably Evoked Gauchos Organising A Tournament Of Lies, A Scheming Heiress On The Lookout For A Husband, A Pilot With A Corpse On Board His Plane Part Autobiography, Part Travel Memoir, Full Circle Brings Us The Distinctive Voice Of One Of South America S Most Compelling Writers


About the Author: Luis Sepúlveda

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Full Circle book, this is one of the most wanted Luis Sepúlveda author readers around the world.



10 thoughts on “Full Circle

  1. says:

    A somewhat rambling book by Sepulveda that starts in Spain, follows stories to Patagonian and back to Spain Full of wild characters and wild stories Some charming, some scary A short book but it packs a lot, and he has lived a pretty amazing life A life filled with bravery, danger and audacity and still giving off a feeling of soft curiosity I am not sure what that means, but somehow it se


  2. says:

    While I personally feel that the author s grandfather gave him some questionable guidance as a child, my heart goes out to him for the things he and his countrymen suffered while imprisoned This is not a traditional travel book in any way, but I felt privileged to share the ...


  3. says:

    Fits under the travel genre in the sense that the episodes occur in various locations, though the author focuseson the people there than the surroundings Sepulveda came off as slightly obnoxious to me, but he s certainly a keen observer.


  4. says:

    From Pinochet s prisons to a rotting pile of bananas in Ecuador, Sepulveda takes the reader on a wild, contemplative, and often absurd ride through South America in all of its magic, beauty, corruption, and latin ness Great travel reading.


  5. says:

    Patagonia Express is a musty old purse filled with rocks and old coins and marbles secret treasures to mull over at different moments, probably to be reread several times It is a collection of memories, so vividly described that I can clearly see it as a film a collection of shorts that could be strung together to help describe the experience of being from or living in Patagonia We are treated to the colorful and deeply poig


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  7. says:

    Good insights about a man who lead a difficult life.


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here These nomad chronicles are the epitome of adventure and slow travelling.Poetically moved by a book, the character follows the beliefs and instincts that would led him to a great voyage athwart the heart of Americas of XX century The preciousness of this report is, indeed, the passionate description of the people who inhabit these lands as you listen to the little curious p


  9. says:

    A very quick reading suggested to everyone who s fascinated by travel literature I still haven t put my eyes on the famous Bruce Chatwin s diaries from Patagonia, but the way in which Sepulveda writes about this Englishman is quite sympathetic Indeed you can t write anything about Patagonia without quoting Chatwin like a source of inspiration, but Sepulveda flies lower than his predecessor.Nevertheless in these few pages the Chilean novelist gives us a touchin


  10. says:

    A friend lent me this book so at first I read it because I had to, but I finished it because I wanted to This book paints a lovely, very accurate portrait of several different parts of South America, how the people are here, etc It s written in 3 Parts, each one filled with anecdotes that occurred in a different part of the author s life the basis for the book Many of them were almost unbelievable, they were so comical, but the book as a whole was a great read If you h


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