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By Kyoichi Katayama
Un grito de amor desde el centro del mundo Kyoichi Katayama l. a. conmovedora historia de amor que ha enamorado a millones de lectores de todo el mundo. Sakutarô y Aki se conocen en los angeles escuela de una ciudad provincial de Japón. Él es un adolescente ingenioso y algo sarcástico. Ella es inteligente, hermosa y renowned. Pronto se convierten en amigos inseparables, hasta que un día, por primera vez, Sakutarô ve a Aki con otros ojos, y l. a. amistad cómplice se transforma ineludiblemente en una pasión arrebatadora. Ambos viven una historia capaz de trastocar los sentidos y borrar las fronteras entre l. a. vida y los angeles muerte. Un grito de amor desde el centro del mundo es los angeles novela japonesa más leída de todos los tiempos. Ha inspirado una versión cinematográfica, una exitosa serie televisiva y ha sido ilustrada como cómic manga. «Hay algo prodigioso en el éxito de este libro que ha entusiasmado a jóvenes de todo el mundo y que invita a descubrir el amor.» Il Giornale «Transmite toda los angeles pureza y ternura del amor, como un sentimiento common, más allá de l. a. edad, l. a. cultura… Tras leerlo es imposible no recordar el primer amor. Invade los angeles nostalgia, pero con una dulce sonrisa en los labios.» Io Donna
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Un grito de amor desde el centro del mundo by Kyoichi Katayama