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Lobo. El camino de la venganza

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Debo de ser la única persona a la que no le ha gustado este libro, porque lo único que veo por ahí son reseñas que van desde positivas a muy positivas.

Este libro me pareció muy caótico, con un mundo pobremente desarrollado. Me hubiera gustado saber más del mundo, o más bien de los mundos, en los que viven los salteadores. No me ha quedado claro cómo funcionan, ya que, si el interior de los cuadros es un mundo y los cuadros son las puertas de entrada a esos mundos, debe de haber un mundo original que contenga los primeros cuadros, aunque esos mundos contengan a su vez otros cuadros.

Los personajes tampoco están demasiado desarrollados y sus motivos se revelan en un par de páginas. Esto hace que parezcan en general demasiado planos..

En varios momentos durante la lectura pensé en dejarlo a la mitad y echarle un vistazo al final para saber cómo acababa. Sólo seguí leyéndolo porque tenía la esperanza de que mejorara, ya que la idea me gustó mucho.

Aunque es un libro autoconclusivo, el final queda bastante abierto. Por una parte está bien, sobre todo para aquellos a los que les haya gustado, porque deja abierta la posibilidad de que haya una continuación en algún momento. Lo malo es que hay demasiadas cosas que se quedan sin resolver. De hecho, si no hubiera leído que es autoconclusivo, hubiera pensado que se trataba de la primera parte de una saga.

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I must be the only person who didn't like this book, because they only thing that I see are reviews that range from positive to very positive.

I found this book to be very chaotic, with a poorly developed world. I would have liked to know more about the world, or rather worlds, where the highwaymen live. I wasn't clear about how they work, as if the inside of the pictures is a world and the pictures are the doors to enter these worlds, there has to be an original world that contains the first pictures, even if these worlds have more pictures.

The characters aren't too developed either and their motives are revealed in just a couple of pages. This makes them seem to be in general too flat.

I thought about DNFing the book and taking a peek at the end to know how it ended many times while I was reading it. I only kept reading because I was hoping that it would get better, as I really liked the idea.

Even though it's a stand-alone book, the end is very open. On the one hand, this is good, especially for those people who liked it, because it leaves the possibility for a sequel at some point very open. The bad thing is that there are too many things that are left unsolved. In fact, if I hadn't read that it’s a stand-alone, I would have thought that it was the first part of a series. ( )
  Hellen0 | Jun 22, 2016 |
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