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La famosa caza de brujas en Zugarramurdi, el auto de fe de Logroño de 1610, las cárceles secretas de la Inquisición, los bucaneros de La Española, los Hermanos de la Costa y la república libertaria que intentaron crear en la isla Tortuga, los corsarios vascos del mar Caribe… Joanes de Sagarmin, protagonista y narrador de esta novela vivirá todas estas peripecias tras huir de la pequeña aldea navarra de Zugarramurdi. Perseguido por la Inquisición, encontrará refugio junto a otros huérfanos y huidos de la justicia, primero en el sur de Francia, junto a los terribles corsarios vascos, y después en el Nuevo Mundo, donde se convertirá en músico de una tripulación pirata. A lo largo de su agitada vida, el destino de Joanes permanecerá siempre unido al de un encantador y cruel filibustero, Kuthun, y al de la misteriosa Morguy, la joven vidente y ayudante del inquisidor Lancre. Entre los tres se establece un triángulo de amor y odio, en cuyo centro permanece la búsqueda de una libertad que el destino y la cuna parecen haber negado a quienes tienen como única posesión el viento y esperan que alguna vez sople a su favor.

dueños del viento Audiobook Narrator

Carlos Pando is the narrator of dueños del viento audiobook that was written by Patxi Irurzun

About the Author(s) of dueños del viento

Patxi Irurzun is the author of dueños del viento

Patxi Irurzun (Pamplona, 1969) is the author of, among other works, the book of short stories La tristeza de las tiendas de pelucas (finalist for the Setenil Award, 2013 and Eusakdi Best Short Stories of the Year Award, 2014); the novels Atrapados en el paraíso, based on his trip to the dump Payatas in Manila (Literary Creation Award–Government of Navarra), ¡Oh, Janis, mi dulce y sucia Janis!; his journal Dios nunca reza; and Mi papá me mima (Ediciones B), a humorous chronicle about parenting. His works have been translated into Italian and Euskara. He has also written YA literature and frequently collaborates with the press.  

dueños del viento Full Details

NarratorCarlos Pando
Length12 hours 9 minutes
AuthorPatxi Irurzun
PublisherHarperCollins Espanol
Release dateJune 05, 2018

Additional info

The imprint is HarperCollins Espanol. It is supplied by HarperCollins Espanol. The ISBN-13 is 9781400211746.

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This book is only available in the United States.

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