By Dan Brown
Publisher: Círculo de Lectores
Language: Español | Number of Pages: 624 | Format: Hardcover | In other languages: (other languages) English , German , Italian , Catalan , Portuguese , French , Dutch , Chi simplified , Chi traditional , Swedish , Polish , Galego , Russian , Finnish , Turkish , Czech , Hungarian , Greek , Indonesian
Isbn-10: 8467238097 | Isbn-13: 9788467238099 | Publish date: 2010-04-xx | Edition 1
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elilettrice said on Feb 06, 2017, 13:05
Jay Huang said on Dec 25, 2016, 15:49
Mi verrebbe da dire "il solito Dan Brown" stavolta però il tema della Massoneria ha reso questo suo romanzo più appassionante del solito, spero che in Inferno abbia proseguito sulla stessa strada...
Rik_1980 said on Dec 09, 2016, 07:39
Cris said on Nov 18, 2016, 15:21
Elix said on Oct 21, 2016, 21:40
Giulia Di Marco said on Sep 18, 2016, 16:08
Bella storia. Come tutti i romanzi di Dan Brown le pagine sono parecchie ma il lasso temporale descritto è molto breve. Le parti relative alla scienza sono molte ed in alcuni punti forse appesantiscono un po' la narrazione, ma alla fine si arriva alla fine con la voglia di sapere cosa succederà. L'antagonista del libro è davvero cattivo e spietato fino alla fine
Rita S. said on Sep 17, 2016, 10:39
Noemi said on Aug 25, 2016, 14:18
Nasten'ka said on Aug 19, 2016, 22:19
I have a passion for carpentry, and have myself built several bookcases and bookshelves over the last decade or so. These bookcases were not made using overly technical plans or specific tools, and yet they are durable, nice to look at and are able to hold all ofBookshelf, and trust me, I have a lot. There are a lot of low quality bookcases on the market that actually cost quite a bit of money, so it's nice to be able to easily knock together a bookshelf that is able to stand up against the commercial models.
The tools I use when making bookcases and bookshelves are very simple - only a jigsaw, a powerdrill and a claw hammer. There are a few things you must consider before you start hammering and drilling away, however. Firstly, how big do you want your bookcase to be? You need to figure out the length and width of your proposed bookshelf. For your first bookshelf, I recommend making one that is five feet wide and at least three feet tall, which is great size for a standard bookcase.If you then throw in three shelves, you will have enough room to hold around one hundred books, which is awesome.
Maryjones895 said on Jul 05, 2016, 04:32