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The interest azuk The Lady in Blue is that she is rec This is historical fiction that goes back and forth among many locations, time periods and characters.

I didn’t ever get invested in any of the characters and frankly halfway through I had no desire to find out what happens. A thoughtful, enjoyable read.

The Lady in Blue by Javier Sierra

Dat was hier helemaal niet het geval. Towards the end of the book angels come into play, but I must admit that why they do is confusing. An entertaining page-turner; recommended for public libraries and bookstores, particularly where there is interest in Southwestern lore or alternative spirituality.

I wondered if it had been translated from Spanish – the author is Spanish – but it doesn’t indicate that it is.

For example, you can ask someone to write a novel, film a television series, shoot a movie. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this novel. Daja idea of the book – the plot – involved a journalist investigating the “bilocation” – ability to al in two places at once – of a 17th century nun.


I think the author could have gone another path. Her appearances there ls to convert the native Ameri This book had a great idea, but, unfortunately, it wasn’t that well written. This book had a great idea, but, unfortunately, it wasn’t that well written. Learn a language anytime, anywhere in just 30 minutes a day with Pimsleur.

I don’t want to spoil it, but in the final analysis, it’s definitely not. No really, the Vatican told me to write it. I really liked it – although this is the first novel from Sierra I read – I’ve soerra some essays but no novel. Geeft altijd een beetje een aangenaam “spookie” gevoel dat er nog veel onbekende mysteries zijn in deze vaak rationele wereld, waarin we denken alles te weten. I’m sure a lot of siefra is due to the translation, but I have to fault the author for making some of the dialogue seem like poorly written narrative instead of actual dialogue.

Op basis van de omschrijving op de rug was ik heel enthousiast aan dit boek begonnen. View all 10 comments.

As the journalist investigated, he encountered many coincidences that led him to a group of priests working at the Vatican with a group of intelligence officers from the United States. Unfortunately, it was not a book that engrossed me. Aug 30, Delia rated it it was ok. Ecclesiastical intrigue, secret societies, and sierfa mysterious murder beg comparison with Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, but the premise is far less theologically provocative.

It was anti-climactic and the “revelation” or secret in the end–although surprising–wasn’t earth-shattering. Oct 06, Majo’s Library. Of course, the author presented the story with some fictionalized, exciting twists, but I appreciated learning something new about Church history. Reconozco que las descripciones historias me parecieron bien contadas como para continuar con la novela.


Many Native Americans believed it was one of their goddesses appearing to them as a warning. Her appearance was connected to a Spanish nun, who miraculously bilocated to spread the faith. Defense Department, and the journalist are each determined to decipher — the Lady in Blue.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Why bash us over the head with trying to say, “OH Ho! The audio was 9 CDs, but the story was completely told in the 9th CD. The church refers to it as Sierrw.

The Lady in Blue

It unfolds way too slowly, in my opinion. I really enjoyed the parts of the books dealing with the ancient Spanish missionaries and their interactions with the Native Americans but when the story line returned toit was hard to keep my focus.

When damz is said and done, he already possesses certain elements with which he can begin to weave the story.

By a series of events he is led from one place to another, slowly letting him piece things together. This was a story that kept my interest and definitely piqued my interest in the topic.

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