By Erin Morgenstern
El circo llega sin aviso, sin anuncio. Simplemente aparece. Dentro de sus carpas blancas y negras se vive una experiencia única, un banquete para los sentidos en el que se puede explorar un laberinto de nubes, caminar en un jardín de hielo o perderse en los ricos aromas de canela y caramelo que flotan en el aire.
Bienvenidos al Circo de los sueños.
Pero detrás de estas maravillosas escenas existe una feroz competencia —un duelo entre dos magos jóvenes, Celia y Marcos, que han sido entrenados desde los angeles infancia para competir en un “juego”. Obligados a participar por sus caprichosos amos, sin que ellos lo sepan, éste es un juego en el que sólo uno puede sobrevivir y el circo no es más que el escenario para una extraordinaria batalla de imaginación y voluntad. A pesar de todo, Celia y Marco caen irremediablemente enamorados —un amor profundo y mágico que causa que las luces parpadeen y el ambiente se caliente con solo tocarse las manos. Pero sus amos siguen moviendo los hilos y el amor imprevisto de Celia y Marco les obliga a intervenir, dejando l. a. vida de todos, desde los artistas a los espectadores, en gran peligro.
Divertida, unique y fascinante, El circo de los angeles noche es una rica historia de amor que capta los angeles imaginación y encanta los sentidos.
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When the car ran out of petrol, they would have to dump it. Neither of them had enough money to fill the tank, and anyway, driving into a garage would be too risky. “We got a full tank,” Harry replied. He sniggered. ” Jason crowed. It was his way of agreeing. Harry slammed his foot down and they shot onto the main road, bringing a blare of protest from a VW that had to swerve to avoid them. They had turned left, heading for Ipswich and the Suffolk coast. Almost at once they were doing seventy miles per hour.
El circo de la noche by Erin Morgenstern