By Mohamed Bouzitoune
Rady Scoot, un joven inglés de familia acomodada, debido a discrepancias con sus progenitores come to a decision abandonar el cálido hogar paterno y emprender un destino de aventuras. El azar lo lleva en dirección a l. a. isla de Mallorca, más exactamente a l. a. paradisíaca localidad de Port Pollença, que será el escenario de las múltiples aventuras y desventuras que dan forma a esta novela.
El drama generic, l. a. soledad inside que experimenta el personaje vital en un ámbito para él por demás extraño, los angeles amistad, las diferentes formas del amor juvenil, el resentimiento, l. a. venganza, e incluso los angeles pesquisa de carácter criminalístico, forman parte de l. a. rica sucesión de acontecimientos que hace de “Un viaje muy peculiar”, una novela que consigue ser amena, sin por esto renunciar a l. a. posibilidad de llevar al lector curioso en dirección a una sana reflexión de carácter introspectivo.
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