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Los piratas fantasmas El Mortzestus, Un Velero De Tres Palos, Tiene Fama De Ser Una Embarcaci N Con Mala Estrella Sin Embargo, Todo Parece Ir Bien Al Principio Excepto Por Las Sombras Y Es Que Al Anochecer A Veces Se Ven Sombras Rondando Por Las Cubiertas Y En Lo Alto De La Arboladura, Unas Sombras Confusas Y Extra AsWilliam Hope Hodgson, Uno De Los Mejores Escritores De Relatos Ambientados En El Mar, Nos Deleita Durante M S De Doscientas P Ginas Con Una De Las Mejores Historias De Fantasmas De La Literatura Fant Stica Sin Duda La Mejor De Cuantas Suceden En El Mar Y Logra Mantener La Tensi N Y El Ambiente Fantasmag Rico En Un Tour De Force Que Se Prolonga P Gina Tras P Gina.Presentamos Tambi N El Relato El Nav O Silencioso, Que Era El Final Original De La Novela, Y Que Nos Brinda La Oportunidad De Leer Dos Excelentes Conclusiones Para La Misma Historia.H.P Lovecraft, Admirador Incondicional De Hodgson, Dijo A Prop Sito De Los Piratas Fantasmas Es Un Relato Poderoso Sobre Un Barco Condenado Y Espectral Con Su Dominio De La Ciencia Marinera Y Su H Bil Selecci N De Alusiones E Incidentes Para Sugerir Horrores Latentes En La Naturaleza, Este Libro Alcanza A Veces Cimas Envidiables De Fuerza.

[Ebook] ↠ Los piratas fantasmas  Author William Hope Hodgson – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Paperback
  • 277 pages
  • Los piratas fantasmas
  • William Hope Hodgson
  • Spanish
  • 07 March 2018
  • 9788477022862

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  1. says:

    There is something strange about the sailing ship the Mortzestus, people in hush voices give hints, on the beach to him in San Francisco at the turn of the century, 20th that is but do not say what, it does feel vaguely uneasy when Mr Jessop signs on board, rumors or no rumors he misses home, England, still baffling though why all the previous crew has deserted the vessel, even the officers except one, young Williams, a British man who wants to be paid, and he tells the curious sailor, too many shadows seen They head south on the long voyage around the horn, the stormy tip of South America, no Panama Canal then back to Britain, if all goes well, things at first do until a weird mist appears, it engulfs the ship and quickly leaves, then a hand falls off the Mast crashing on the distant deck below, smashing his body into oblivionword spreads this ship is haunted, sounds heard, vague images of the unreal seen by the unbelievers, most of the sailors laugh it off as silliness not Mr Jessop, he has viewed them too many times, things coming on board out of the sea, over the rails Nevertheless these apparitions continue, accidents occur, then on watch in a quiet night Jessop sees a green light nearby, another ship signaling Tells the second mate Mr.Tulipson, pointing at the object but it fades away, this happens three times, the officer thinks the sleepy man was dreaming or is going ...

  2. says:

    William Hope Hodgson s first published novel, The Boats of the Glen Carrig 1907 , is a story of survival after a disaster at sea, and of the monstrous plant and animal life forms that the survivors encountered while trying to reach home In his second book, the now classic The House on the Borderland 1908 , Hodgson described an old recluse s battle against swine creatures from the bowels of the Earth, and the old man s subsequent cosmic journey through both time and space And in his third novel, 1909 s The Ghost Pirates, Hodgson returned to that milieu for which eight hard years at sea had provided such an extensive background The book takes the form of a narrative told by able bodied seaman Jessop, who had been sailing on the Mortzestus from San Francisco to what we can only presume to be England As its name suggests, the ship has something of the spirit of death about her, and is deemed by most sailors to be unlucky But surely none of her previous transits had ever gone as badly as the one Jessop describes Ghostly images seen on the deck at night, and some minor accidents involving sails and rigging, only set the stage for serious occurrences, and Hodgson soon ratchets up the suspense with some mysterious killings and unexplainable phantasms, all leading up to a murderous attack by the eldritch buccaneers of the title As in his previous two books, Hodgson masterf...

  3. says:

    The thing, whatever it was, had come forward over the rail but now, before the light, it recoiled with a queer, horrible litheness It slid back, and down, and so out of sight I have only a confused notion of a wet glistening Something, and two vile eyes.

  4. says:

    Written in 1909 A wee slow to start, but holds up very well nonetheless.

  5. says:

    Cuento coral donde el mar se nos muestra como espacio cerrado y opresivo, enigm tico recept culo de lo desconocido y ominoso Aunque la profusi n de t rminos n uticos y terminolog a marinera hace naufragar algunos de los momentos de mayor tensi n dram tica, Hodgson posee la capacidad para sugerir lo invisible, para situarnos en la piel y en los ojos de quien observa y cree descubrir poco a poco las sutilezas de tragedias venideras, desgranando racionalmente hechos que paulatinamente se descubren ajenos a la raz n Es la forma y no la magnitud del horror mismo y su descripci n, es la predisposici n en que se sit a al lector, el verdadero logro del escritor que invoca lo sobrenatural EL nav o silencioso era el final original, el ltimo cap tulo Hodgson lo suprimi con la intenci n de venderlo como relato independiente y a adi otro desenlace a Los piratas fantasmas Recomiendo leer ambas conclusiones para un disfrute completo de l...

  6. says:

    libretto e autore per me sconosciuti ma che si sono rivelati molto carini.per non leggetelo di sera, io continuo ancora a girarmi indietro per vedere se c qualche fantasma alle mie spalle

  7. says:

    I first read this book in the 80s and had fond memories of it Having just re read it Dec 09 , I was pleasantly surprised that it was every bit as good as I remembered it.Having been published in 1905, this is not a graphic horror story, rather it is an atmospheric supernatural tale that builds tension through hints and suggestions half seen, half imagined horrors That the author, Hodgson, was in the British Navy for several years adds to the realism of his depiction o...

  8. says:

    Hodgson is easily one of my favorites Someone needs to publish an edition of this book that includes a glossary of nautical terms and an accompanying diagram of a ship.

  9. says:

    4 starsI liked this one a lot I wish I could find of this hauntings at sea type of thing The only drawback was all the nautical terminology I wasn t sure about Overall, it was a great Halloween read.

  10. says:

    Una joyita, quiz el mejor relato de terror mar timo.

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