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Author: MENDOZA EDUARDO
Publisher: LOGISTICA S.A. (January 1, 1900)
Language: Spanish
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Author: Eduardo Mendoza.

Author: Eduardo Mendoza.

Eduardo Mendoza Garriga (born 11 January 1943 in Barcelona, Spain) is a Spanish novelist. In October 2010, he won the literary award Premio Planeta for his novel Riña de Gatos. 2008: El asombroso viaje de Pomponio Flato. Madrid 1936 (Premio Planeta). He studied law in the first half of the 1960s and lived in New York City between 1973 and 1982, working as interpreter for the United Nations, and then tried to become a lawyer and then he realized that he wanted to be a writer. 2012: El enredo de la bolsa y la vida (4th novel from the nameless detective series). 2015: El secreto de la modelo extraviada (5th novel from the nameless detective series).

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Colección 'Biblioteca Eduardo Mendoza', numero coleccion(5010/11). Gently philosophical and a bit daft, El asombroso viaje de Pomponio Flato might not be quite as funny as the author's other comedies, but this is a nice fun diversion from a great writer.

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Comments: (4)
Stanober
Soy àvida lectora de novelas historicas y aunque esta es ficticia es encantadora,Pomponio me encantó con su filosofia e inteligencia,y al final del libro unas aclaraciones por parte de Eduardo Mendoza muy propias, me reí y disfrutè mucho de este libro,facil de leer y refrescante para el animo,ahora voy por otro ,estoy dejando para último el libro que le hizo ganar el Cervantes, . GRACIAS EDUARDO MENDOZA AQUÍ EN LOS ANGELES TIENES UNA ADMIRADORA ,SOY TU FAN NÙMERO UNO Anita Figueira Norwalk California.
mr.Mine
Francamente Mendoza tiene mejores novelas que ofrecer. Entiendo su intención con la presente, pero creo que no le ha funcionado. Su humor enrarecido no llega, su ironía es pobre y su uso del lenguaje es francamente unidimensional. No logro comprender el porqué de su popularidad.
Zieryn
Although it's set in the 1st Century AD in Galilea under the occupation of the Roman army, and it features a Roman citizen as its lead character, a man of learning from a noble family who considers himself a philosopher, in reality 'El asombroso viaje de Pomponio Flato' isn't really all that different from Eduardo Mendoza's other comedy novels. In fact, in many respects it's practically a rewrite of 'El misterio de la cripta embrujada', only set in Galilea instead of pre-Olympics Barcelona. What the novel loses in terms of originality and contemporary satire however, it gains from having one notable element that you won't find in the earlier book - as you might have guessed from the period and the setting, 'Pomponio Flato' has a certain Jesus as a main character in this wonderfully absurd and funny detective story.

Instead of an inmate from a lunatic asylum heading up the investigation then - and achieving results more through perseverance and circumstance than guile - here we have a similarly "challenged" individual caught up in a web of intrigue that turns out to be rather more complicated than he initially thought. That case involves a carpenter, Joseph, who has been condemned to death for the murder of a rich merchant, and - to add insult to injury - he has to construct his own crucifix, a task that he nonetheless carries out with all the pride of a true craftsman. Two years searching the far reaches of the Roman Empire looking for a cure to his intestinal problems and chronic diarrhoea with little knowledge of the region and its political turmoil, Pomponio Flato would appear to be the person least suitable to be engaged to prove his innocence, but the carpenter's young son believes in the Roman's innate sense of justice (and also knows that he can use the money offered), and who are we to argue with the wisdom of Jesus of Nazareth?

There's inevitably a Monty Python's 'Life of Brian' feel to the way Pomponio investigates, with a young Jesus in tow being subjected to all manner of strange people and happenings that would appear to influence his outlook later in life, the story even shedding some light on the Resurrection of Christ in the process. There are inevitably encounters with other well-known figures such as Lazarus, Judas and John the Baptist, as well as Good Samaritans and women of ill-repute - all of them less like their biblical depictions than the familiar types of characters that usually appear in Mendoza novels. While there's a certain amount of hilarity involved in this unconventional outlook on this undocumented episode in the childhood of Jesus, the strength of the work is really in its typically Mendozian character - its dry wit and respectful satire of crime fiction given a new spin that also satirises (I don't know about respectfully) biblical stories and their mysterious meanings. Gently philosophical and a bit daft, El asombroso viaje de Pomponio Flato might not be quite as funny as the author's other comedies, but this is a nice fun diversion from a great writer.
Kulwes
Una novela corta, humorística y detectivesca, Pomponio Flato es un supuesto filosofo romano, con un caracter muy especial, que en su búsqueda de una fuente maravillosa llega hasta la Palestina del siglo primero pasando por un pequeño pueblo llamado Nazaret donde se mira envuelto en la investigación de un crimen por un carpintero con un hijo muy especial. No quiero estropearle a nadie la trama de la novela así que los dejare con esa primicia, la novela es corta y fácil de leer, hasta la siento como burla hacia las novelas pseudo-históricas que salieron a partir del Codigo Davinci, claro en esta novela hay mucho más, hasta creo que el autor la deja muy corta, abundan los momentos con doble sentido picarescos sobre la imagen de Jesús y su milagrosa vida, el personaje de Pomponio Flato es muy divertido, me encanta como busca palabras rebuscadas, pedantes y demasiado pomposas para describir las cosas más sencillas y cotidianas. Un librito fácil de leer y divertido, mi primer libro de Eduardo Mendoza y estoy seguro que no será el último.