Yo, que te amé como al mar

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En una remota isla del Pacífico, un tsunami de proporciones colosales separa violentamente a una pareja, quedando ambos a merced de su propio destino. Desalentado, Mich abandona el lugar. Cuatro años después, vuelve a la isla para investigar la desaparición de su amada, encontrando riesgos mortales, una red de engaños y secretos que le mostrarán la verdad oculta a él por años: Elena está viva. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » Suspense
  • Words: 78,730
  • Language: Spanish
  • ISBN: 9781310264320
About Miguel Vargas Corzantes

Miguel Vargas Corzantes was born on September 30, 1974. He graduated with a degree in Advertising in 2002 at the Universidad Francisco Marroquín and studied two Masters in Communication, one of them in Spain. Being a professional photographer and TV producer as well as a writer, he has 20 years of experience working on communication.

In 2009 he published his first novel, El sátiro, la maldición y la cruz (The Satyr, the curse and the cross) with Dbuk Editors (ISBN 9-789929-801516), re-launched on June 2016 as Ladrón de Almas (Soul Thief.) The same month and year, he launched Yo, que te amé como al mar (As deep as the Sea,) and in September, Relatos cortos de Guatemala y otros cuentos fantásticos (Short stories of Guatemala and other fantastic tales). Presently, he is working the proofreading of the historic novelÁguila Cautiva; (Captive Eagle) and writing the horror thriller Las Horas Diabólicas (The hour of the Devil.)

As a photographer he has excelled with nine public exhibits, including one international, and his work has appeared in several countries, including Europe, Asia and Latin America, particularly for Thompson Reuters Foundation and Marie Claire Magazine (US Edition, March 2014), among many others, especially in Europe. Today, with over 16 years experience in the world of communication, specializing in magazines, publisher houses, newspapers and documentary photography.

Currently, he is working with the US nonprofit Friendship Bridge, as part of his experience working on communications with the diplomatic sector, international NGOs and the United Nations in The Americas, Europe and Asia.

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