Ofrenda a la tormenta

Ofrenda a la tormenta

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El esperadísimo final de la Trilogía del Baztán, un éxito que ya ha cautivado a más de 200.000 lectores. Nunca lo habrías imaginado.

Una mujer denuncia que la muerte súbita de su nieta, oficialmente una muerte de cuna, le parece sospechosa tras el comportamiento extraño del padre de la niña, que ha sido detenido cuando intentaba robar el cadáver pronunciando palabras inconexas acerca de entregar a su propia hija. El bebé tiene unas marcas rojizas en el rostro que indican que ha habido presión y parece claro que ha sido asesinada. La abuela de la pequeña habla de una criatura mágica de la zona, un ser maléfico, causante de las pesadillas que producen en el durmiente una inmovilización que les impide despertar. Se trata del inguma, el ser que arrebata la vida durante el sueño. La investigación de este caso llevará a Amaia y a su equipo a descubrir algunas irregularidades en casos parecidos que se produjeron en el valle en el pasado, demasiados casos en una zona relativamente pequeña.
Y entonces, trasladado por orden del juez Marquina, el asesino Berasategui aparece muerto en su celda, tras un coma inducido por una droga que alguien ha tenido que facilitarle.

Trepidante y estremecedora, la trama se acelera hacia una resolución sorprendente, en la que Amaia debe enfrentarse al auténtico origen de los sucesos que han asolado el valle del Baztán. Y mientras una impresionante tormenta de nieve parece querer sepultar una verdad demoledora.

Title:Ofrenda a la tormenta
Edition Language:Spanish
ISBN:9788423348688
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    Ofrenda a la tormenta Reviews

  • Gram

    I received this book in a Goodreads giveaway in return for this review, which is all my own work. This is the final part of a trilogy, set in the Basque Pyrenees of Navarra (Spain), whose main charact...

  • Lindamac Harris

    I found this to be the weakest of the trilogy . A lot of similar goings on as to other books . No real surprises . Disappointed because I really liked the other 2 ...

  • John McDermott

    Many thanks to Goodreads Giveaways and Harper Collins for my free copy of Offering to the Storm.This was an excellent crime thriller. Definitely a cut above the rest. Full of atmosphere and steeped in...

  • Tasha

    This book was a 2.5 but only because it’s the third in a series and parts of it didn’t make any sense. However, if I read the other books - this book could maybe easily become a 4. ...

  • Karen Wellsbury

    What a trilogy.Tense, atmospheric, wonderful characters - Amaia, her sisters and aunt are written to strongly as is the Baztan valley itself. The way the mythology and police investigation are wound t...

  • Kim

    In this conclusion to the Baztan trilogy, Inspector Amaia Salazar is once more called upon to investigate the most horrific crimes - the sacrificial offering of babies by Satanic cults throughout the ...

  • Verce Hristovska

    Wow ...

  • Rhoddi

    What can I say? This book sucked me into its world and wouldn't let me out till I was done. I'm a little sad it's done, but thankful I had a chance to read this amazing murder trilogy....

  • Jo

    The final instalment of the Baztan trilogy ties up some of the loose threads that have run through the books. Detective Amaia Salazar investigates the death of a baby that brings her into contact with...

  • Filip

    Hmm, here I thought it was going to be a trilogy, but the ending is such a cliffhanger that there needs to be another volume. This one... maybe wasn't AS annoying as the previous one but it was still ...