Der Duft der Kaffeeblüte

Der Duft der Kaffeeblüte[Read] ➬ Der Duft der Kaffeeblüte ➵ Ana Veloso – Heartforum.co.uk Brasil, Una mujer bella, inteligente e independiente, perteneciente a una familia de terratenientes cafeteros propietaria de esclavos, vive una pasi n incontenible con un periodista partidiario de la Brasil,Una mujer bella, inteligente e independiente, perteneciente a una familia de terratenientes cafeteros propietaria de esclavos, vive una pasi n incontenible con un periodista partidiario de la abolici n Un romance sensual y lleno de fuerza, excitante y agridulce como el buen caf , con el tel n de fondo de la poca dorada de las plantaciones de caf y de su ruina tras el fin de la explotaci n esclavista.

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  • Paperback
  • 656 pages
  • Der Duft der Kaffeeblüte
  • Ana Veloso
  • German
  • 15 October 2019
  • 3426635097

10 thoughts on “Der Duft der Kaffeeblüte

  1. J Jahir says:

    buena historia al inicio me estaba costando el tipo de lenguaje ya que ten a ciertas formas de decir algunas palabras interesante la referencia hist rica en Brasil, y c mo se viv a la esclavitud en las zonas rurales a pesar de eso, se nota marcado a leguas el clich del sexo, el amor instant neo y los malentendidos a n as me lleg a atrapar, aunque hab a pedazos en los que deseaba que se terminara ya sirve tambi n para conocer aunque de forma novelada un poco sobre aquellos tiempos en Br buena historia al inicio me estaba costando el tipo de lenguaje ya que ten a ciertas formas de decir algunas palabras interesante la referencia hist rica en Brasil, y c mo se viv a la esclavitud en las zonas rurales a pesar de eso, se nota marcado a leguas el clich del sexo, el amor instant neo y los malentendidos a n as me lleg a atrapar, aunque hab a pedazos en los que deseaba que se terminara ya sirve tambi n para conocer aunque de forma novelada un poco sobre aquellos tiempos en Brasil Tambi n disfrut la menci n del caf y su proceso

  2. Cristina Ribeiro says:

    Um livro passado no tempo dos bar es do caf , que apanha o final da escravatura no Brasil, assim como o final da monarquia Nunca tinha lido nada sobre este tema e gostei muito, embora o livro seja um pouco longo e detalhado demais A personagem principal tamb m me irritou um bocado, n o consegui sentir empatia De resto, muito bom, relata ao pormenor o Rio de Janeiro e arredores naquela poca.

  3. G says:

    Die ersten 200 Seiten waren gut und dann ging es Bergab Insgesamt ein Durcheinander

  4. Steffi says:

    Es widerstrebt mir, ein Buch nicht zu Ende zu lesen und meist bin ich auch bei B chern, die mir nicht gefallen, so diszipliniert, um sie auch zu beenden Doch bei diesem Buch ist es mir schlichtweg nicht gelungen.Es beginnt spannend mit wunderbaren Beschreibungen der Kaffeeplantagen Brasiliens und einer zarten Liebesgeschichte Doch ebendiese Liebesgeschichte entwickelt sich zur H lfte hin zu einer einzigen Qual und die weibliche Hauptperson ist andauernd dabei, sich selbst und ihr Schicksal zu Es widerstrebt mir, ein Buch nicht zu Ende zu lesen und meist bin ich auch bei B chern, die mir nicht gefallen, so diszipliniert, um sie auch zu beenden Doch bei diesem Buch ist es mir schlichtweg nicht gelungen.Es beginnt spannend mit wunderbaren Beschreibungen der Kaffeeplantagen Brasiliens und einer zarten Liebesgeschichte Doch ebendiese Liebesgeschichte entwickelt sich zur H lfte hin zu einer einzigen Qual und die weibliche Hauptperson ist andauernd dabei, sich selbst und ihr Schicksal zu bemitleiden Eigentlich sollte sie ja eine starke Frau sein, die erfolgreich ist und ihr Leben selbst in die Hand nimmt Aber diese Abh ngigkeit vom Gl ck in der Liebe macht sie in meinen Augen unglaublich weinerlich und unselbstst ndig Es gab keinen Charakter, der mir gefallen h tte Alle wirkten wie Puppen, die Stereotype erf llten Sehr, sehr schade

  5. Carla says:

    This book was a gift from someone special, so it was a pity I did not liked the book as much as I wanted The Portuguese summary seemed quite interesting, promising to tell of the golden age of coffee plantations and their ruin after the abolition of slavery and the story of a great love While the first part was done with some success, the second not so Maybe I should start by saying I read it in Portuguese and despite the author s name sounding Portuguese, the book was originally publishe This book was a gift from someone special, so it was a pity I did not liked the book as much as I wanted The Portuguese summary seemed quite interesting, promising to tell of the golden age of coffee plantations and their ruin after the abolition of slavery and the story of a great love While the first part was done with some success, the second not so Maybe I should start by saying I read it in Portuguese and despite the author s name sounding Portuguese, the book was originally published in German but the Portuguese translation is made from a Spanish edition I don t know if it was because all this, which makes the text come to us by a third hand, but there was something in the writing that I did not enjoyed Sometimes the language seemed a bit childish, there were times when the language seemed somewhat forced, and I never could quite understand if they tried to sweeten the Portuguese to sound a bitlike Brazilian As I said, there was something in writing which I didn t enjoyed, which meant that reading was not as smooth as I expected The story itself also wasn t that appealing, as though it is a book of considerable size though I ve read bigger volumes, like those be Diana Gabaldon , the relationships between the characters are not exploited, being the most notable case, that of the protagonists The relationship seems to be born from nothing at one time they don t know each other and then they love each other madly One never gets to see what seduced them, if the intelligence, the spirit or the sensuality of both I leantowards the latter because there doesn t seem to be so many disagreements, as it was said in the summary of the edition I read, but a misunderstanding and a tremendous bipolarity of the two characters who can t seem to decide if they like each other or not, unless when they go to bed The romance is boring and the least interesting part of the book, while the historical context isappealing, even if addressed superficially Even so I enjoyed reading about the large plantations, about the abolition of slavery, what came of that and may have persisted in time, since it seems to come from this time the problem of the favelas It had a good premise that unfortunately is not fully realized Yet it might be interesting to knowabout this time in the history of Brazil which, again, I didn t knew very well because it wasn t much explored in history lessons

  6. Berseker says:

    O ponto positivo o livro n o chato Eu li as milh es de p ginas quase sem pular s dei uma apressada nas cenas de sexo , e em pouco tempo Ele entret m.O s Ponto s Negativo s Quase tudo que d pra se fazer de errado num livro foi feito nesse O ritmo maluco, a caracteriza o vai e volta, cenas que deveriam ser detalhadas s o cortadas, cenas que deveriam ser cortadas levam cinco p ginas e n o tem um personagem que n o seja odioso At uma menininha de dois anos odiosa At um beb O ponto positivo o livro n o chato Eu li as milh es de p ginas quase sem pular s dei uma apressada nas cenas de sexo , e em pouco tempo Ele entret m.O s Ponto s Negativo s Quase tudo que d pra se fazer de errado num livro foi feito nesse O ritmo maluco, a caracteriza o vai e volta, cenas que deveriam ser detalhadas s o cortadas, cenas que deveriam ser cortadas levam cinco p ginas e n o tem um personagem que n o seja odioso At uma menininha de dois anos odiosa At um beb de meses odioso Isso uma proeza.Talvez um pouco disso seja efeito da tradu o pra portugu s, mas sei l Duas estrelas Talvez duas e meia

  7. Roberto says:

    A watered down brazilian Gone With the Wind with exquisite descriptions of Brazil coffee plantations Unfortunately,the characters were not that likable and I never felt any empathy for any of them.

  8. Ines Norton says:

    um livro que entret m mas que tem muito por onde melhorar, gostei da descri o do Brasil no final da escravaturaIt s a book enjoyble enought but could have been better written, Like the end of slavery part

  9. Inês Silva says:

    2.5 stars I read this books a long time ago and at the time I liked it But now after having read some of the other reviews I can see where the book started to go downhill Such a shame.

  10. Patrizia says:

    a nice roman

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