La última lágrima (Diluvio, Book 1) by Lauren Kate

By Lauren Kate

Existe una antigua leyenda, hoy casi olvidada, que habla de una joven cuyas lágrimas de desamor hundieron un continente entero. Ahora Eureka tiene en sus manos un libro que cuenta esa fascinante historia: lo heredó de su madre, que desapareció arrollada por una ola gigantesca. Poco a poco, a través de sus páginas, descubrirá que las coincidencias entre su vida y los angeles leyenda son demasiadas para ser fruto del azar... Además, los angeles inesperada llegada de Ander, el extraño chico de ojos turquesa que huele a mar y  sabe todo sobre ella, le enseñará que las casualidades raramente existen y que su llanto tiene un poder tan inmenso que puede incluso cambiar el curso de l. a. humanidad.

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It looks like the chalk outline 53 C r aig Silv e y of a murder. Like I died during the night. Or I shed my skin like a snake. I need to piss. Urgently. But cruelly my dick is jutting at my underwear, trying to assert itself. It’s rock hard and disobedient. I rearrange myself and grab a towel, then slip quickly across to the bathroom, hoping I don’t encounter anyone on the way. Thankfully, the coast is clear. I slam the door and toss the towel. My aim is appalling, but the relief forces a thin smile.

I always thought that would be the thing. To write books. ’ I try to couch it with an ambivalent shrug, like it’s a fleeting thought, like it’s not the single thing I’ve had my heart set on since I could first read. To my surprise, Jasper nods his approval. ‘Yeah. ’ ‘No doubt. Reckon you’d be great. Move to some big city with a typewriter. Meetin people, tellin their stories. Maybe you could write my story one day. Then we’ll make a film out of it, for certains. ’ And I do imagine it. Jasper makes it sound so possible and plausible, that I might leave Corrigan to be a writer.

I’ll wager that Jeffrey can barely sleep tonight with anticipation. I wonder if Doug Walters is as breathless and nervous as I am at the moment. I wonder if he can sleep tonight. I wonder if he’s ever seen a dead person. Jasper’s climb has slowed as he nears the branch. He’s shunting up by degrees. It’s true: it looks like a hard climb. You’d need to be strong and nimble. Looking at the stress and strain in Jasper’s arms and calves, I wonder how Jack Lionel could have done the same. It seems an unlikely feat.

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