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The Secret in Their Eyes book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Benjamín Chaparro is a retired detective still obsessed b.. . The Secret in Their Eyes - site edition by Eduardo Sacheri. Download it once and Add Audible book to your download for just $ Send a free sample. The Secret in Their Eyes by Eduardo Sacheri See all books by Eduardo Sacheri This book is primarily a murder mystery, but the focus on s Argentina.


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The Secret in Their Eyes is a crime drama film directed, co-written, produced and edited .. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. The Secret in Their Eyes. Publication Date: Nov 10, pp. Trade Paperback. List Price US $ ISBN: Ebook. List Price US $ The protagonist, Benjamin Chaparro, retires from his work in the investigative court and sets out to write a book based on an unsolved case that torments him.

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Bestselling Series. Harry Potter. Popular Features. New Releases. The Secret in Their Eyes. As he revisits the details of the investigation, he is reacquainted with his similarly long, unrequited love for Irene Hornos, then just an intern, now a respected judge. Absorbing and masterfully crafted, The Secret in Their Eyes is a meditation on the effects of the passage of time and unfulfilled desire. Eduardo Sacheri's tale is imbued with the subdued terror that characterized the Dirty War of s Argentina, and was made into the Academy Award winning film of the same name in Julia Roberts, Nicole Kidman, and Chiwetel Eijiofor now star in the English language depiction of this gripping story, to be released in the Fall of Review Text "Beguiling While attempting to write a book about the case, he revisits the details of the investigation.

As he reaches into the past, Chaparro also recalls the beginning of his long, unrequited love for Irene Hornos, then just an intern, now a respected judge. Get A Copy. site Edition , pages. Published October 18th by Other Press first published More Details Original Title.

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Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Secret in Their Eyes , please sign up. The title in the Spanish version? Valerie The title of the Argentinian novel in Spanish is La pregunta de sus ojos. The title of the by John Cullen translated to English novel is The …more The title of the Argentinian novel in Spanish is La pregunta de sus ojos.

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More filters. Sort order. Con una scrittura semplice ed efficace, senza picchi, ma anche senza momenti di stanca o frenetiche accelerazioni, Sacheri racconta tante storie in una: Tutto perfettamente incastrato con il gusto del racconto come nei grandi romanzi dell'Ottocento, sapendo sempre come tenere sveglia l'attenzione di chi legge. Sacheri ha scritto il romanzo e la sceneggiatura insieme al regista: Libro e film convivono benissimo affiancati e separati.

Una grande lezione di come le due arti possano intrecciarsi proficuamente. Il remake USA: Secret in Their Eyes , regia di Billy Ray, A suo modo dignitoso.

Davvero affascinante che lo scrittore sia co-sceneggiatore: Ti prego, digli che almeno mi parli! Che grande idea queste parole. Truman ha fatto incetta di premi Goya, gli oscar spagnoli, vincendone cinque nelle categorie principali.

View all 11 comments. In his retirement he takes up the task of making a novel about an old case that changed his life and moved him to action beyond just a cog in a machine. The case involves a rape and murder of the wife of bank clerk, Morales. The inability of the system Chaparro serves to find justice for Morales eats at him so much that years later he pursues a private investigation.

His own infatuation with a married judge and experience with reading her eyes allows him to identify a suspect based on a photo capturing such a look given to the murdered woman hence the title.

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His friendship and work with these characters is wonderfully drawn. The resolution decades later takes a surprising twist. Inquiring minds will want to know if Chaparro finds love and fulfillment as a human being. Readers considering reading this novel will be challenged by the structure of a narrator interrupting the tale over his process and reflections on his own motivations in carrying out the writing. I personally found this meta aspect a barrier to immersion in the story. Also, with our direct access to the feelings of the narrator, I found it implausible that life under the regime was not infused more pervasively with numbing terror.

View all 6 comments. O que perguntam os seus olhos? Chorando a jorros e soltando alaridos? Balbuciando umas palavras desconexas? View all 7 comments. Que se lixem todos. Suponho que a conto porque tenho tempo. Muito, demasiado tempo. Deveria ter apreendido isso. Eduardo Sacheri n.

View 1 comment. So they call it "the novel that became an Oscar-winning film", which traces the story of a retired investigator trying to wri "The brevity or prolonging the life of a human being depends primarily on the flow of pain that person is forced to endure. So they call it "the novel that became an Oscar-winning film", which traces the story of a retired investigator trying to write a novel based on a decade old rape-cum-murder of a young married woman and in the process of going through the past, old memories as well as romances cloud up his soul thus re-opening the window to his much cherished past but it comes with a price and with some mind-blowing revelations both personal as well as political.

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Now he is about to retire from his position and is planning to write a novel about a man named Ricardo Morales, whose young pregnant wife was brutally raped as well as murdered in the very comfort of their marital home. Soon Morales is ruled out of the list of suspects and further intervening reveals that the killer is lurking somewhere near them or someone who is close to the woman.

Thus when Chaparro shows few old snapshots of some men to Morales, his facial expression changes and thus judging from a hunch as well as on Morales expression, Chaparro risks his life to capture this killer and becomes successful four years later.

But due to inner as well as political corruption in the judiciary and the then periods of Argentinian "Dirty War" allows the killer to walk free who soon disappears into thin air.

This is the central story of the book that occurs in the time frame of late 60s, whereas the present is tuned to the early 90s when the story opens with Chaparro and his idea of his manuscript.

The present story is where the author narrates about Chaparro's secret love interest which he harbored within himself for over 30 years, although after two unsuccessful marriages, he is still in love with his then-colleague-cum-intern, Irene Hornos, who is now a judge of the court.

This novel is the perfect example of a complex plot that stitches the threads of complexities into the minds of its readers with it's intricate structure of the mystery.

Swaying between two timelines and in between two narrative styles- while describing the present the author uses the third person POV of Chaparro and while describing the past he uses the first person POV of Chaparro, the author never loses away from the exact emotion of the storyline- suspense and anticipation.

The prose is absolutely reminiscent thus knotting the brains of its readers with nostalgia layered with suspense and the urge of finding out what happens next never leaves the room. The pacing is really good although at times Chaparro's difficulty as well as uncertainty in writing a story from his past with so many unfilled gaps proved to be a bit dull in the already intriguingly glowing plot. The mystery is wrapped under a corrupted judiciary as well as dirty politics in Argentina which proved to be a strong backdrop for this story thus making it engaging as well as thought-provoking for its readers.

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This unstable as well as fractured Argentinian society is vividly described in Chaparro's past with lots of in-depth details. The author even lets his readers question a society so heavily corrupted as well as Chaparro's methods in solving the crime. The complex characterization proved to be a boon for this plot, from the murdered victim to the secret lover to the killer to the windowed man to the murdered best friend to the protagonist, each and every one questions the readers' minds and leave a long-lasting fragrance of their complicated demeanor.

Overall, this is a brilliant example of Sacheri's literary work. And do read this book, if you've watched the original Argentinian movie or is planning to watch the latest Hollywood version of this book, that is directed by Billy Ray, featuring a star-cast actors like Julia Roberts, Nichole Kidman, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Dean Norris, Micheal Kelly etc that will release in the month of October, View all 10 comments.

Good story, good writing, I really enjoyed it. The chapters alternate between a narrator describing Chaparro's present day life, including his existencial questions, and Chaparro himself, writing in the first person about the story of a murder that took place 30 years before, in which he got involved because of his job.Community Reviews. Retrieved 19 March The sentence structure and the way the sentences fit together was unusual, I'm just not sure whether that's because the novel is translated or that's the way it was meant to be.

By Roberta Silman By sheer coincidence my husband and I watched the movie of this book while I was reading it, and reading and seeing simultaneously became an interesting lesson in something very rare: a wonderful movie made from a wonderful book. View all 10 comments. Plot Summary.

I felt as if I could run into Chaparro or Sandoval This novel was so interesting and compelling that I finished more than half of the book in one day. A detective searches for the body of a femme fatale which has gone missing from a morgue. Sacheri is a masterful storyteller, and the translation never has that slightly-too-careful quality we often find in translated crime novels.