Carnaval em Veneza ePUB ò Carnaval em MOBI :å

Carnaval em Veneza ePUB ò Carnaval em MOBI :å


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10 thoughts on “Carnaval em Veneza

  1. Chrissie Chrissie says:

    This author writes historical fiction as it really should be written Few authors succeed as she does She takes all the facts of the time and people and teaches it all to the reader by adding a few fictional characters The only fictional characters added to this novel are a cat, a gondolier, the main protagonist and her family and husband Even the husband is a brother of a real person These fictional characters are expertly woven into the real events It is amazing how closely the author h This author writes historical fiction as it really should be written Few authors succeed as she does She takes all the facts of the time and people and teaches it all to the reader by adding a few fictional characters The only fictional characters added to this novel are a cat, a gondolier, the main protagonist and her family and husband Even the husband is a brother of a real person These fictional characters are expertly woven into the real events It is amazing how closely the author has stuck to the real events You must be interested in knowing the factual details of the lives of Byron and Casanova You will be given an extensive quantity of details You must ask yourself if you will be interested in these details That will tell you whether this book is for you or not There is an excellent epilogue that states yes, this was true and this and this and even this too You will be amazed that so much of this is completely true Through the fictional characters all the people and events are tied together Through the fictional character we go under the skin into the minds of Byron and Casanova I believe that what the author has guessed at is most probably true The fictional elements are wonderful, but if you are not interested in learning about the real people, about life in Venice and historical events and literature of that time, then you might be bored at times Now for the fictional part I loved the fictional story just as much as the history imbibed I loved the descriptions of Venice I loved the cat and the gondolier because they were so wise And I like that it was a cat and only a nobody gondolier that were so darn smart I loved the ending and the message it gave and what it said about each of the characters In truth, I lovedHOW the message was fed to us than the message itself It was the little details of how the moral was said that made my enjoyment of the book so thorough It is not where a book goes that is that important to me, but rather how it gets to the end point For example, I love how chocolate plays in at the end, just as much as the final moral given And I loved the Venetian proverbs that began every chapter And I loved Casanova, but hated Byron, although I grew to understand what drew women to him If I were smarter, if I had knownbefore starting this novel, I probably would have given it five stars I was bored at points only due to my own ignorance TheI read, theI learned, and theI enjoyed the book Oh, yes The book is about love, all kinds of love However if you want a simple love story, do not pick this


  2. Nina Lane Nina Lane says:

    One of my favorite books of all time Venice in 1782 is a lush, gorgeous decaying city, and 13 year old Cecilia Coronaro, the daughter of a Venetian merchant, longs to become an artist She is lured from her house into the arms of Casanova yes, THE Casanova , who teaches her all the qualities of tender love With that education, Cecilia is unprepared for how to deal with the entry of the cruel and eccentric Lord Byron later in her life Though Cecilia becomes a successful portrait artist, her One of my favorite books of all time Venice in 1782 is a lush, gorgeous decaying city, and 13 year old Cecilia Coronaro, the daughter of a Venetian merchant, longs to become an artist She is lured from her house into the arms of Casanova yes, THE Casanova , who teaches her all the qualities of tender love With that education, Cecilia is unprepared for how to deal with the entry of the cruel and eccentric Lord Byron later in her life Though Cecilia becomes a successful portrait artist, her love life is a turmoil of conflict between two very different men Her obsession for Byron and her love for Casanova lead her to examine the depths of her own soul.I loved the author s portrayals of both Casanova and Byron, and her creation of the fictional Cecilia as the lynchpin to the whole story Her prose is gorgeous and descriptive so much so that the city of Venice becomes a character in and of itself.Truly beautiful and creative, this is a book unlike any you have read before


  3. Jenny Macdonald Jenny Macdonald says:

    Richly imagined historical novel about a portrait painter Cecilia Cornaro and her lovers Casanova and Byron Set in 1782 in Venice Lovric captures all the sounds, smells and life of a decadent, sensual, pleasure seeking city Beginning when Cecilia is just 13 years and seduced by Casanova through to her visit to Albania to paint the Pasha and meeting Byron, her prose and descriptions come to life in your mind However I do think the book a little long It started to drag somewhat at the middle a Richly imagined historical novel about a portrait painter Cecilia Cornaro and her lovers Casanova and Byron Set in 1782 in Venice Lovric captures all the sounds, smells and life of a decadent, sensual, pleasure seeking city Beginning when Cecilia is just 13 years and seduced by Casanova through to her visit to Albania to paint the Pasha and meeting Byron, her prose and descriptions come to life in your mind However I do think the book a little long It started to drag somewhat at the middle and I found the Byron period a little irksome and went on and on But the ending was just right and the book redeemed itself


  4. Rachael McDiarmid Rachael McDiarmid says:

    This is a beautifully written book full of passion and poetry Carnevale links a fascinating Venetian artist with Casanova and then, later in her life, with Lord Byron It is superbly written In fact, I think this is one of the best historical fiction books that I ve read in recent years Lovric has awoken a hunger forinformation about these interesting, daring, naughty, bad and exotic men, and of course, of Venice the amazing, intriguing place that some of us fall hopelessly in love wi This is a beautifully written book full of passion and poetry Carnevale links a fascinating Venetian artist with Casanova and then, later in her life, with Lord Byron It is superbly written In fact, I think this is one of the best historical fiction books that I ve read in recent years Lovric has awoken a hunger forinformation about these interesting, daring, naughty, bad and exotic men, and of course, of Venice the amazing, intriguing place that some of us fall hopelessly in love with


  5. Ellie Ellie says:

    I am reading this at the moment, although I am bearly at the end. and I have read it before but years ago I really enjoy the way the book is written, the narrator starts as a very young girl, who is seduced by Cassanova in Venice The story follows her life as an artist, and mixes history and fiction seemlessly and in a way that is both believable and real.The imagery is wonderful, and allows you to feel like you are part of the action, watching on as events unfold


  6. Alia Alia says:

    I feel like this book took me forever to read It s not that I didn t like it, because I did, mostly But the middle partI think the middle part was too long I really started to dislike the main character during her whole Byron drama, which just seemed to go on and on and on I liked the beginning of the book, and it ended the way I wanted it to, but I think the middle chunk could have been much shorter and still told the story effectively.


  7. Michelle Michelle says:

    A beautifully written book that takes you on a journey both through the waterways of Venice and time Two great historical figures Casanova and Byron equal in the fact that both were libertines and overcame tragic childhoods to excel at living life to full Stunning depictions of an age long gone, with dark twists and multi layered plotlines A must read


  8. Anne Anne says:

    I loved this witty and outrageous I read it when we returned from Venice which was great as I could imagine the setting.


  9. Sarai Sarai says:

    A young Venetian women with two very different lovers Casanova and Lord Byron I loved the parts where her cat narrated and the chapter proverbs at the start of each chapter.


  10. Sílvia Sílvia says:

    Nice tie in between facts and fiction.A good story about love and how it sometimes define us but not a love story.A good lesson on how important is to enjoy torta al ciocollato


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