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Amando a Pablo, Odiando a Escobar [PDF / EPUB] Amando a Pablo, Odiando a Escobar Virginia Vallejo fue la actriz y presentadora mas importante de la television colombiana durante la decada de los ochenta Hacia el final de la misma decada inicio una relacion amorosa con el narcotraf Virginia Vallejo fue la actriz y Pablo, Odiando eBook ´ presentadora mas importante de la television colombiana durante la decada de los ochenta Hacia el final de la misma decada inicio una relacion amorosa con el narcotraficante Pablo Escobar Gaviria Se retiro de la television y permanecio en el anonimato hasta que en el mes de julio dese hizo publico su deseo de intervenir en el juicio en contra del ex ministro Alberto Santofimio Botero acusado del asesinato del candidato presidencial Amando a MOBI :ß Luis Carlos Galan ocurrido ensin embargo el testimonio de Vallejo no fue tenido en cuenta por revelarse despues del plazo para dictar sentencia Loving Pablo hating Escobar es el primer libro de la autora.


10 thoughts on “Amando a Pablo, Odiando a Escobar

  1. says:

    All I can say even a couple of days after finishing this book is wow, this one is lingering Soon to be a major motion picture starring Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz and I can t wait to see it The story of Pablo Escobar told from the viewpoint of his former girlfriend, television journalist Virginia Vallejo She met Pablo while dating someone else and invited as guests for a few weekends to Escobar s ranch At one point he ended up saving her from nearly drowning when no one else even noticed All I can say even a couple of days after finishing this book is wow, this one is lingering Soon to be a major motion picture starring Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz and I can t wait to see it The story of Pablo Escobar told from the viewpoint of his former girlfriend, television journalist Virginia Vallejo She met Pablo while dating someone else and invited as guests for a few weekends to Escobar s ranch At one point he ended up saving her from nearly drowning when no one else even noticed she was caught in a sudden whirlpool in the water She told him that from that point on he was responsible for her life Not long after, she broke up with her drug addicted boyfriend and began spending time with Pablo They each found that they had much to teach the other She taught him how to bemedia savvy with the press, and he taught her about the other side of life that she was mostly unaware of Before long they each fell in love and spoiled one another and things were good for some time.But it seemed before many months had passed with Pablo sending his plane for her frequently to spend time with him, she also started seeing another side of Escobar Along with the good Pablo who helped many poor Columbians with food and housing from the profits of his empire, she learned that there was also a dark side One who craved fame and political appeal and infamy Also, one who liked violence and revenge on his enemies She also found that he enjoyed flings with young women of little intellect, buying their favors for a weekend during times they were apart despite having her love and loyalty to him too This caused her much anguish not so much from jealousy, but because it showed he was greedy and would never be satisfied and this foretold a very dangerous future An advance digital copy was provided by NetGalley, author Virginia Vallejo, and the publisher for my unbiased review.VintagePublished May 29, 2018My Bookzone blog at Wordpress


  2. says:

    A socialite with a succesful career in modeling and newscasting reaches a turning point in her life and finds herself as Escobar s mistress but just as easy as she rose she fell in a nasty fall that shattered her life for something as worthless as love for money and status She lets us into her world even giving us the inventory of her millionaire ex boyfriends she wasn t afraid of portraying herself for what she was conceited, vain, bigheaded, among many other adjectives I could use, walks us A socialite with a succesful career in modeling and newscasting reaches a turning point in her life and finds herself as Escobar s mistress but just as easy as she rose she fell in a nasty fall that shattered her life for something as worthless as love for money and status She lets us into her world even giving us the inventory of her millionaire ex boyfriends she wasn t afraid of portraying herself for what she was conceited, vain, bigheaded, among many other adjectives I could use, walks us through how her world is turned upside down for the worst when she meets Escobar and how she payed for her mistake.The story is quite captivating and gives us a quick glimpse of the darkest moments Colombians had to suffer the best we could do is teach generations to come to never forget so this never happens again


  3. says:

    First part of the book makes you love Pablo For his kindness to help others to overpass poverty and integrate them in the society Too bad his desire to control everything and have absolute power transformed him in a terrifying murderer, without carrying of anything and anybody, except himself.


  4. says:

    So not what I expected Not a fan The book seems to have many ulterior motives for it s author I really don t know what she was trying to prove or say other than she was in love with a heartless, drug dealing, murderous criminal She attempted to justify his existence by claiming he had a heart of gold, but was misrepresented by the bourgeoisie of Columbia, which, turned all of Columbia against their version of Robin Hood Even if he saved her life, he took over a 100,000 others not sure of So not what I expected Not a fan The book seems to have many ulterior motives for it s author I really don t know what she was trying to prove or say other than she was in love with a heartless, drug dealing, murderous criminal She attempted to justify his existence by claiming he had a heart of gold, but was misrepresented by the bourgeoisie of Columbia, which, turned all of Columbia against their version of Robin Hood Even if he saved her life, he took over a 100,000 others not sure of the exact amount either directly shooting, bombing, strangling, stabbing, etc or indirectly ordering deaths, bounties on them, or selling drugs to users that OD d She claims to have no knowledge of this until she started to fall out of love with him, but tells outrageous stories that would lead sane people to know otherwise She set back any women s movement years She may very well have been on his intellectual level However how smart was he She believes that he knew what was going to happen before it occurred, but could not control himself enough to stop They discussed political inequalities that most people knew and understood, especially in Columbia However, she knew little of anything about his cocaine trafficking and murderous ways Just tell us he had you bought off or scared because it is hard to believe a redeeming quality existed for a man like this, especially a heart of gold Hard for me to buy any of it Many times love can make you overlook issues of others, but what does this say about her to overlook these issues There were times her writing was succinct and other times, where attempts at eloquence were far fetched and did not hit their mark As a reporter, she had many attributes that made her a favorite One was obviously her looks, two, she seemed to be aware of some politics, and lastly she had an understanding of the human element , which I believe was what made her so desirable to Pablo He used her for his own good, as he used everyone She made him appealing and provided him with the omnipotent belief that he could do as he pleased, murder, deal drugs, and basic criminal activity She appeared to be an escort debutante with a level of human understanding that made her dangerous Was she used Yes Did she directly kill anyone No Was she responsible for the death of others Yes This book may clear her conscience but not her soul Sorry, I just don t buy it


  5. says:

    Virginia Vallejo Columbia 1949 and Pablo Escobar Columbia 1949 1993 were lovers for four years 1983 1987 He a drugslord of the Medellin cartel with a modest background She a journalist and TV anchor wo man from the upper class.Yesterday I finished reading her book Amando a Pablo, odiando a Escobar 2007 in a Dutch translation Ik was de vrouw van Escobar 2017 I wanted to read about the story behind their love Her story Her images What she says and what not Her details.For me t Virginia Vallejo Columbia 1949 and Pablo Escobar Columbia 1949 1993 were lovers for four years 1983 1987 He a drugslord of the Medellin cartel with a modest background She a journalist and TV anchor wo man from the upper class.Yesterday I finished reading her book Amando a Pablo, odiando a Escobar 2007 in a Dutch translation Ik was de vrouw van Escobar 2017 I wanted to read about the story behind their love Her story Her images What she says and what not Her details.For me this quote is the key to the book page 305 306 Ana Bolena Meza Virginia, you were the greatest star of this country Columbia and the narcos ended your career and your good name I am just a humble actress who wants to make her living with hard work Say to that Gaviria that I don t want, for any gold, to live your life, certainly not because I see how the media treats you Say that woman as me despise man like them That I prefer to die rather then being touched by the dirty hands of a narcos Who is who Pablo s nephew Gustavo Gaviria was fallen in love with actress Ana Bolena Meza Gustavo asked Virginia to arrange a meeting with Ana Ana refused to meet.Why did Virginia fall in love with Pablo Pablo built 2,500 houses for the poor of Medellin Pablo saved her life Both were student and teacher Mutual attracted to their huge intelligence Magic Attraction and rejection Pablo fell for Virginia s beauty Virginia fell for Pablo s insight and predictive ability They had an equal relationship Virginia always refused the sugar daddy side of Pablo She wanted his love not his money Later she asked Pablo for money for education and investment in a company then he refused because Virginia was the only woman in his life that did love him for free He wanted to maintain that dream.They talked a lot about the inheritance of Pablo He wanted the world, via the only woman who really knew him, to know who he really was A psychological and historical accurate portret Nice read No book for sensitive souls.P.S The Spanish title translated into English Love Pablo Hate Escobar , covers the content of their relationship better


  6. says:

    Every love story is a tragedy if you wait long enoughIt was a fantastic journey and I am sad that it came to an end I ve dived into the world of Colombian culture, into the detailed critical analysis of the historical period names and events, familiar and not really , into a scary, but exciting love story of two people, whose relationship was so damn organic while at the same time you ask yourself how, omg HOW, could this even happen Now, there was also aesthetic education music, litera Every love story is a tragedy if you wait long enoughIt was a fantastic journey and I am sad that it came to an end I ve dived into the world of Colombian culture, into the detailed critical analysis of the historical period names and events, familiar and not really , into a scary, but exciting love story of two people, whose relationship was so damn organic while at the same time you ask yourself how, omg HOW, could this even happen Now, there was also aesthetic education music, literature, dance, television, movie, advertising, fashion throwbacks a lot of fashion and style throwbacks actually, but imho they weren t too much, and the woman wrote it so we must give it a credit.There were nature, flora and fauna, scenery descriptions, useful travel tips.There were o_O technical and mathematics issues Translation stuff One can learn a few dozens of spanish words no doubt There were money, guns, diamonds, drugs drugs drugs, friendship, devotion, betrayal, jealousy The bitter end serves as moral And passion the entire book from the very start to the very end is soaked with passion you ve never seen or heard before enough for a good fiction or novel But it is not It is a biography Who would believe they can be like that The story told by an educated polyglot journalist, a woman of an extraordinary beauty, who fell for a criminal with some good intentions She is not perfect, though believes she is What an ego What a self esteem And what a story A masterpiece Bravo


  7. says:

    They should make this book required reading in Latin American studies programs Virginia Vallejo is better known for being a socialite, model, newscaster journalist, and actress but I am disappointed that she didn t write anybooks Vallejos conceit becomes a bit much at times with the inventories of the millionaire boyfriends who couldn t capture her heart the way that Pablo Escobar did She portrays herself as some kind of millionaire saint from the highest echelons of Colombian society, They should make this book required reading in Latin American studies programs Virginia Vallejo is better known for being a socialite, model, newscaster journalist, and actress but I am disappointed that she didn t write anybooks Vallejos conceit becomes a bit much at times with the inventories of the millionaire boyfriends who couldn t capture her heart the way that Pablo Escobar did She portrays herself as some kind of millionaire saint from the highest echelons of Colombian society, who just happened to find herself involved in an adulterous relationship with Pablo Escobar In spite of this, the story is fascinating


  8. says:

    Although I feel really sorry for the DEA agents who had to babysit her at a hotel in Miami she thought was crummy, this is a fascinating front row seat to the rise and fall of Pablo Escobar and the cartel I read this to augment the social science research for the Dirty Money class about drugs and money laundering, and the kingpin theory, in which removing an organization head you know can bring a period of opportunity while they fight and reorganize, but also bring forthskilled,unhi Although I feel really sorry for the DEA agents who had to babysit her at a hotel in Miami she thought was crummy, this is a fascinating front row seat to the rise and fall of Pablo Escobar and the cartel I read this to augment the social science research for the Dirty Money class about drugs and money laundering, and the kingpin theory, in which removing an organization head you know can bring a period of opportunity while they fight and reorganize, but also bring forthskilled,unhinged leaders willing to takerisks This is that, but with fur coats, mass murder and parties with piles of cocaine, rather than graphs


  9. says:

    This woman is a delusionnal narcissist Complete passages have been devoted to the adoration of herself Either she lets other people speak highly of her, mainly about her beauty, her expensive clothing and how many rich men she has slept with, or she tells you this herself It is a constant name dropping of nouveau riche or royalty, people who have absolutely nothing to do with Pablo Escobar A constant bragging about trips here and there, shopping sprees in New York or Miami while she also wri This woman is a delusionnal narcissist Complete passages have been devoted to the adoration of herself Either she lets other people speak highly of her, mainly about her beauty, her expensive clothing and how many rich men she has slept with, or she tells you this herself It is a constant name dropping of nouveau riche or royalty, people who have absolutely nothing to do with Pablo Escobar A constant bragging about trips here and there, shopping sprees in New York or Miami while she also writes about the extreme poverty in Colombia, in such a way that she come across as a vile and shallow person If you are interested in Escobar or Columbia, I m sure there are other books


  10. says:

    Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar would be the English translation I picked it up just to practice my Spanish, interesting insight into the drug lord world Left me a bit angry I think the author tries to make the reader sympathetic and bring humanity to the characters but she fails, these are all terrible people in a terrible world.


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