Arturo Perez Reverte Bibliography

Arturo Pérez-Reverte
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Showing 30 distinct works.


The Club Dumas
byArturo Pérez-Reverte, Sonia Soto(Translation)
3.82 avg rating — 29,032 ratings — published 1993 — 135 editions
The Flanders Panel
byArturo Pérez-Reverte, Margaret Jull Costa(Translator)
3.80 avg rating — 15,537 ratings — published 1990 — 103 editions
The Queen of the South
byArturo Pérez-Reverte, Andrew Hurley(translator)
3.91 avg rating — 9,473 ratings — published 2002 — 95 editions
Captain Alatriste (Adventures of Captain Alatriste, #1)
byArturo Pérez-Reverte, Margaret Sayers Peden(Translation)
3.65 avg rating — 9,670 ratings — published 1996 — 77 editions
The Fencing Master
byArturo Pérez-Reverte, Margaret Jull Costa(translator)
3.75 avg rating — 6,387 ratings — published 1988 — 78 editions
The Seville Communion
byArturo Pérez-Reverte, Sonia Soto(Translator)
3.67 avg rating — 5,329 ratings — published 1995 — 66 editions
Purity of Blood (Adventures of Captain Alatriste, #2)
byArturo Pérez-Reverte, Margaret Sayers Peden(Translator)
3.72 avg rating — 4,246 ratings — published 1997 — 58 editions
The Nautical Chart
byArturo Pérez-Reverte, Margaret Sayers Peden(Translator)
3.51 avg rating — 4,264 ratings — published 2000 — 54 editions
The Sun Over Breda (Adventures of Captain Alatriste, #3)
byArturo Pérez-Reverte, Margaret Sayers Peden(Translator)
3.74 avg rating — 3,354 ratings — published 1998 — 47 editions
El pintor de batallas
byArturo Pérez-Reverte
3.62 avg rating — 2,825 ratings — published 2006 — 61 editions
El tango de la Guardia Vieja
byArturo Pérez-Reverte
3.83 avg rating — 2,522 ratings — published 2010 — 47 editions
El oro del rey (Las aventuras del capitán Alatriste, #4)
byArturo Pérez-Reverte
3.82 avg rating — 2,505 ratings — published 2000 — 49 editions
El caballero del jubón amarillo (Las aventuras del capitán Alatriste, #5)
byArturo Pérez-Reverte
3.86 avg rating — 1,996 ratings — published 2003 — 42 editions
El asedio
byArturo Pérez-Reverte
3.51 avg rating — 1,737 ratings — published 2010 — 34 editions
Corsarios de Levante (Las aventuras del capitán Alatriste, #6)
byArturo Pérez-Reverte
3.75 avg rating — 1,610 ratings — published 2006 — 32 editions
Falcó
byArturo Pérez-Reverte
3.64 avg rating — 1,650 ratings — published 2016 — 14 editions
Territorio comanche
byArturo Pérez-Reverte
3.82 avg rating — 1,423 ratings — published 1994 — 18 editions
La sombra del águila
byArturo Pérez-Reverte
3.89 avg rating — 1,391 ratings — published 1992 — 20 editions

Born in the ancient roman port today known as Cartagena in the province of Murcia, Spain, Arturo Pérez-Reverte, today the best-selling author in Spain and the best-selling Spanish author in the world, studied Political Sciences and Journalism. He started working as a reporter for the Madrid newspaper "Pueblo" and was twice reported missing -- first in the Sahara in 1975 and two years later in Eritrea. He also reported on the Falkland Isles war in 1982. From there he moved to RTVE as war correspondent and covered bellicose events in Cyprus, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Chad, Lebanon, Sudan, Mozambique, Angola, Persian Gulf, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. It is on his experiences in this last mentioned that his book "Territorio Comanche" is based and which ired RTVE directors, causing Pérez-Reverte to quit. He has since then dedicated himself exclusively to writing and has to date produced about 16 novels, hundreds of articles in magazines, most notably "Semanal TV" and appeared on radio and TV interview shows. He frequently appears at seminars, congresses and book fairs and has received numerous journalist awards from radio, TV and newspapers. He lives in a village outside Madrid with his wife and daughter Carlota. Indeed, his daughter was in great part responsible for the first part of the "Alatriste" novels as she carried out quite a lot of the work of investigating historical documents relating to 17th Century Madrid. His novels have the common thread of being based on real historical times and that in each case a great deal of investigation goes into the making of his stories, as well as the fact that he has had to learn a great deal on topics ranging from chess-playing to historical first-editions, from 16th Century Dutch masters to Informatics and even swordsmanship. His extraordinary imaginative abilities have been able to produce well-written adventure stories. But for Arturo Pérez-Reverte, who has his own yacht which is his great passion, "true freedom starts ten miles out to sea."

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Trivia (3)

Spanish journalist and TV reporter, turned to writer.
Biography/bibliography in: "Contemporary Authors". New Revision Series, Volume 170, pages 314-318. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale, Cengage Learning, 2008.
Has a daughter called Carlota.

Personal Quotes (3)

"La película de Polanski no es una mala película, salvo tal vez, la última media hora. Evidentemente no es mi novela." ("Polanski's film (The Ninth Gate, 1999) isn't bad, except maybe the last half hour. Evidently it is not my novel.")
"Un libro es una puerta abierta a un mundo extraordinario. Hay que ser estúpido para no desear abrir esa puerta." ("A book is like a doorway to an extraordinary world; you have to be stupid not to want to open that door.")
"La literatura sirve para comprender el mundo que te rodea y para vivir como propias mil vidas que no podrías vivir en una sola vida real." ("Literature helps you to understand the world that surrounds you and to live a thousand (different) lives which you could not live in a single real life.")

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