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Amos y Mazmorras II

By Lena Valenti
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  • Publisher : Editorial VANIR
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Cuando las mazmorras se abren, los dragones salen de caza. Empieza el torneo de Amos y Mazmorras, y Cleo, ahora convertida en la domina Lady Nala, está preparada para todo. Cuando las mazmorras se abren, los dragones salen de caza. ¿Quién será la presa?Días atrás Cleo Connelly era una teniente de la Policía de Nueva Orleans , vivía feliz y nunca antes había probado el BDSM. El único azote que había recibido era el que provenía de las manos de su padre cuando, de pequeña, hacía alguna trastada. Pero ya habían pasado seis días desde que recibió la noticia de la desaparición de su hermana, Leslie, y se había metido de lleno en el caso en el que esta participaba. Ahora es una agente del FBI infiltrada en un torneo de dominación y sumisión en el que interpreta el rol de sumisa, mientras trata de revelar la identidad de los diseñadores de la droga popper y de los traficantes de blancas que el FBI persigue.Unos días antes, el corazón de Cleo estaba entero y era libre. En estos momentos, intenta recomponerlo después de que Lion Romano, el agente a cargo de la operación e instructor de su doma, lo rompiera y lo pisoteara sin compasión.El amor es un juego de fantasías y realidades al que, tarde o temprano, todos nos sometemos.

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Os presento las primeras dos estrofas de la saga: Los Elementales Redes Sociales: contacto:[email protected] La bola de ónix (I. volumen): Todo cambiará cuando un desesperado shammén llamado Azmir deba pedir la ayuda de tres vivaces niños para conseguir un difícil reto: salvar su mundo, Elinois. Un planeta que está perdiendo su vitalidad porque unas fuerzas malignas la están consumiendo. Con la ayuda de Azmir, de otra shammén (Selenne) y unos inesperados poderes, se adentrarán en una trepidante aventura que les hará tomar decisiones no propias de su edad. ¿Lograrán finalmente los muchachos salvar Elinois? Los Sombrífagos (II. volumen): Daniel, Christina y Luke continuan atrapados en su escondrijo: "La Tortuga". ¿Estarán a salvo o les seguirá acechando el mal? Mientras tanto, Selenne cometerá un error irreversible, cuyas consecuencias destrozarán lo poco bueno que le quedaba y por ello, los niños serán esta vez ellos los que se verán en la obligación de salvarla con la ayuda de unos nuevos amigos un tanto peculiares. En esta nueva aventura se mezclan la ya conocida fatasia con el más puro y escalofriante terror.

El silencio de las máquinas

By Carlos López Brugada
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  • Publisher : Editorial Verbum
  • Book Code : 8413378575
  • Total of Pages : 908
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 336
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Un anciano magnate del petróleo se debate entre la vida y la muerte mientras se desmorona su imperio ante la pasividad de sus tres hijos quienes, en un intento desesperado por evitar la catástrofe, traman un plan de choque que solo puede funcionar si consiguen recuperar el dinero negro que durante años ha estado evadiendo su padre a una sociedad de un paraíso fiscal que, para su desgracia, está a nombre de un cura que se niega a devolvérselo. A partir de ese momento se iniciará la caza y captura del sacerdote quien, en un intento de fuga delirante, tendrá que enfrentarse con los sicarios que le buscan para matarle y con un grupo terrorista que va a actuar justo en el mismo momento en el que se está celebrando el mayor evento que ha organizado jamás una ciudad y al que han acudido tres millones de jóvenes de todo el mundo. El silencio de las máquinas es una epopeya fantástica que recrea a través de la sátira el efecto que provoca en la sociedad de masas la codicia de las élites económicas. Es también un alegato contra la tiranía y contra todos aquellos intolerantes que desprecian la diversidad y que se dedican a fomentar la división y el odio.

Carlos V a la conquista de Europa

By Antonio Muñoz Lorente
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  • Publisher : Nowtilus
  • Book Code : 8499675891
  • Total of Pages : 352
  • Category : History
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Siglo XVI. España y Francia en guerra: Uno de los conflictos más decisivos de la Modernidad. El Imperio español, la etapa de mayor esplendor cultural y político de España, comienza a cimentarse cuando Carlos de Gante (Carlos I de España y V del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico) se enfrenta a un joven rey de Francia, Francisco I, para luchar por la supremacía en el continente europeo. En los primeros años del siglo XVI Carlos I se enfrenta duramente a Francisco I de Francia. El objetivo: controlar gran parte del territorio italiano de cara a convertirse en el primer gran emperador de Europa. Italia, sede en esos momentos del poder temporal de la Iglesia, era una región débil políticamente y rica para atraer la voracidad de las grandes monarquías europeas. La batalla de Pavía, el Saco de Roma, la invasión de Saboya y las posteriores alianzas matrimoniales fueron los principales hitos que protagonizó Carlos I, futuro emperador del Sacro Imperio. El control del Milanesado, del Reino de Navarra ponen en jaque a las dos mayores potencias mundiales: Francia y España que ansían coronarse como grandes Imperios. Carlos I apoya su ejército gracias a las alianzas de sus hermanas con algunos de los grandes reyes de Europa (Dinamarca, Portugal,...). Nada parece frenar al emperador en la pugna por los derechos de la corona de Nápoles y del ducado de Milán, que se convirtió en el epicentro en torno al que se animaban todos los combates de una de las épocas más apasionantes de la historia de Europa.