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Angel is a wanderer and killer who murders Paulo s parents and suddenly leaves him an orphan Angel who never felt the love and affection from his own parents finds heart in a 10 year old boy and a reason for living The killer regrets his wrongdoing when he deprives Paulo of a mother s warmth, the comfort of safe home and exposing him to violence So he decides to leave Paulo secretly through the care of an old lumberjack named Ricardo.However, the situation doesn t turn out as planned Ricardo Angel is a wanderer and killer who murders Paulo s parents and suddenly leaves him an orphan Angel who never felt the love and affection from his own parents finds heart in a 10 year old boy and a reason for living The killer regrets his wrongdoing when he deprives Paulo of a mother s warmth, the comfort of safe home and exposing him to violence So he decides to leave Paulo secretly through the care of an old lumberjack named Ricardo.However, the situation doesn t turn out as planned Ricardo mentioned about metamorphosis wood becomes books, grapes become wine and child who becomes a man which I found to be pleasant It was the irony of Ricardo s last order supply which left me edgy, a metamorphosis of wood becomes guillotine I didn t like the mention of execution and death penalty by the author As well as the author s note of how death penalty was abolished in Chile 1985 The ending is sad and in real life cannot turn out to be Killer and child together I would rate the book acceptable though I had mix feelings after finishing the book and it left a lot of unanswered questions for me [[ DOWNLOAD PDF ]] ↸ The Killer's Tears ⇨ Angel Allegria arrives at the Poloverdos farmhouse He kills the farmer and his wife, but he spares their child, Paolo Together the killer and the boy begin a new life on this remote and rugged stretch of land in ChileOn the afternoon when Angel Allegria arrives at the Poloverdos farmhouse, he kills the farmer and his wife But he spares their child, Paolo a young boy who will claim this as the day on which he was born Together the killer and the boy begin a new life on this remote and rugged stretch of land in ChileThen Luis Secunda, a well to do and educated fellow from the city descends upon them Paolo is caught in the paternal rivalry between the two men But life resumes its course until circumstances force the three to leave the farm In doing so, Angel and Luis confront their pasts as well as their inevitable destinies destinies that profoundly shape Paolo s own future I think everyone should read this book, hands down Read for Young Adult Literature class Annotation Who do you become if you are raised by the man that murdered your parents Through travel, trials and love Paolo will discover his answer. Very mixed feelings about this book both loved and hated it This is a sign of a powerful story, however This story challenges all readers beliefs in morality and universal justice, as well as Stockholm syndrome and of course the death penalty. Piercing, sparse, unforgettable My kind of book not a word wasted, all delivered with dazzling virtuosity and technical assurance, its identity and sense of place building up in unexpected ways I read the Portuguese translation, and I can t even imagine how beautiful the original in French must be Such a material could easily be filmed by Mr Clint Eastwood Actually, he already kinda did it A PERFECT WORLD, his movie from 1993, is somewhat similar in tone and beauty. I read the German edition published by Schreiber Leser A hard and sober story, full of truth and sadness, without pathos The big pictures and few text makes it something to be read incredibly fast or in slow The raw and less detailed artwork support the experience of a memory, something distant,connected to feeling than to fact. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Man I can t believe this book made me tear up so much Chapter 24 specifically p 199 to 201 broke me And don t even get me started on the name Paolo chose for his daughter Angelina Author why d you gotta be so rude My heart can t take this And I m glad Luis ended up apologizing for the dick ass move he made Delia can go fuck herself she basically ruined everything for the three of them I feel really bad for Ricardo like the poor man just wanted to finish chopping his trees and then re Man I can t believe this book made me tear up so much Chapter 24 specifically p 199 to 201 broke me And don t even get me started on the name Paolo chose for his daughter Angelina Author why d you gotta be so rude My heart can t take this And I m glad Luis ended up apologizing for the dick ass move he made Delia can go fuck herself she basically ruined everything for the three of them I feel really bad for Ricardo like the poor man just wanted to finish chopping his trees and then retire for life He didn t deserve to be shot in his own home by some useless police officers I can t believe the last wooden planks Ricardo shipped out to the factory were used to make a guillotine for the city the same one that ends up taking Angel s life That s like a bitch slap from the author right there Like thanks it s not like I wasn t sad enough that he and Paolo would never see each other again Kinda sucked that the fox had to die because I love foxes, but tbh it needed to take a permanent chill pill To end this mess of a review , I really loved how well the relationship between Paolo Angel was developed Not only did Paolo save Angel by giving him a positive purpose in life, but Angel saved Paolo in return by giving him the love he needed to carry on and live They are such a weird combo, seeing as Angel literally murdered Paolo s parents at the beginning of it all, but the story just makes you wanna root for this odd pair until the end They never should have left for the city with Luis, the shitty cabin they had would have been perfectly fine It s Game Of Thrones all over again Anyways, this is probably my favourite book of the three I ve read for Le Tour Du Monde En 60 Romans It was a quick and easy read but it s story was original and it s characters werecomplex than I thought they d be, plus it managed to pull at my heartstrings, so I really did enjoy it I regret not reading it sooner Do you remember he whispered at last When we lived in your house, I asked you to remember what day you were born Paolo nodded He remembered everything, each moment, each leg of their journey, vividly You answered me it was the day I arrived, Angel went on Do you remember, Paolo Angel shouted, his feet slipping on the tiles Yes Paolo shouted.Angel was crying Well, me too the murderer yelled Me too, I was born that day I was born the day I saw you Do you understand, Paolo Do you remember he whispered at last When we lived in your house, I asked you to remember what day you were born Paolo nodded He remembered everything, each moment, each leg of their journey, vividly You answered me it was the day I arrived, Angel went on Do you remember, Paolo Angel shouted, his feet slipping on the tiles Yes Paolo shouted.Angel was crying Well, me too the murderer yelled Me too, I was born that day I was born the day I saw you Do you understand, Paolo I understand he shouted behind the door Angel I understand A voice answered, muffled by the thickness of the walls Were these words expressing sentiments of love Just in case, Paolo shouted as loudly as he could Me too Me too oh my god..the FEELS what a powerful topic that question our belief in morality and how fair is justice after all..and the ending..omg I can t.we follow Paolo Poloverdos a child who became orphan after his parent been killed by Angel Allegria..both of them developed a strange relationship..they go through a lot and meet different people who somehow intertwine at the end of the book.I really sympathized with paolo and at the last chapters I almost cried at what happened to him and angel also I really loved Ricardo and how much he loved Poalo and tell him he will give him all his books..I mean where can I find these kind of people.loved how these short pages made me feel all these different emotions , would recommend it for a short yet emotional read Fascinating Horrifyingly satisfying Powerful Most books don t make me shed a tear, but The Killer s Tears by Anne Laure Bondoux definitely did This book is by far one of my favorites It is unlike any book The main character Paolo lives in a secluded hut in Southern Chile He lives with his mama and papa Life for him is tranquil The only time it isn t is when a hiker or geologist comes by to admire the surroundings of the hut and the hut itself But one day a visitor came who was neither Fascinating Horrifyingly satisfying Powerful Most books don t make me shed a tear, but The Killer s Tears by Anne Laure Bondoux definitely did This book is by far one of my favorites It is unlike any book The main character Paolo lives in a secluded hut in Southern Chile He lives with his mama and papa Life for him is tranquil The only time it isn t is when a hiker or geologist comes by to admire the surroundings of the hut and the hut itself But one day a visitor came who was neither a hiker or geologist the man was a murderer When the man came in the hut, Paolo s life changed forever If I had to rate this book, I would give it a 10 10 The Killer s Tears is different from any book, it s brutally honest and pinpoints the ideas of loss and forgiveness The Killer s Tears is very descriptive it s a book that you can imagine the setting and characters physical appearances clearly The book also keeps you on edge with one plot twist after another If I had to pick the most creative and unusual book I have read, I would pick The Killer s Tears Do you remember he whispered at last When we lived in your house, I asked you to remember what day you were born Paolo nodded He remembered everything, each moment, each leg of their journey, vividly You answered me it was the day I arrived, Angel went on Do you remember, Paolo Angel shouted, his feet slipping on the tiles Yes Paolo shouted.Angel was crying Well, me too the murderer yelled Me too, I was born that day I was born the day I saw you Do you understand, Paolo Do you remember he whispered at last When we lived in your house, I asked you to remember what day you were born Paolo nodded He remembered everything, each moment, each leg of their journey, vividly You answered me it was the day I arrived, Angel went on Do you remember, Paolo Angel shouted, his feet slipping on the tiles Yes Paolo shouted.Angel was crying Well, me too the murderer yelled Me too, I was born that day I was born the day I saw you Do you understand, Paolo I understand he shouted behind the door Angel I understand A voice answered, muffled by the thickness of the walls Were these words expressing sentiments of love Just in case, Paolo shouted as loudly as he could Me too Me too Oh, the emotions The first time I picked up this book, I was interested in the title It has such an inviting feeling about it So, I grab it, read it, and like it Readon My Blog