Cuando comen los leones

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EmecÚ Editores, 2002 - 541 pages
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Sudafrica, fines del siglo pasado. La cria del ganado, las guerras contra las tribus zulues, la fiebre del oro en Johannesburgo, las cacerias de elefantes, son los hitos que marcan una vida entregada al riesgo y la aventura. Porque Sean Courteney ha nacido para destacarse. "Algo siempre muere cuando comen los leones pero siempre hay alimento para quienes los siguen," dice refiriendose a el, su servidor zulu. Alrededor de esta personalidad atrayente el autor recrea una epoca fascinante donde surgen ciudades, se amasan fortunas para luego perderlas y existen riquezas inexploradas para quien quiera ir a buscarlas. Cuando comen los leones es la primera parte de una trilogia que continua con Retumba el trueno y Muere el gorrion. Otro gran libro de Wilbur Smith.

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Novelist Wilbur Smith was born in Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia on January 9, 1933. He graduated from Rhodes University. He has writen more than 20 novels, which have been translated into 26 different languages. The Dark Side of the Sun, Wild Justice, and Shout at the Devil have all been adapted as films. Smith says that Africa is his major inspiration, and currently he has over 30 novels published. He now lives in London with his current wife, who is 39 years his junior.

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