Brazilian literature, shall we?

April 22 is the day of the “discovery” of Brazil. Nowadays, the national holiday is Tiradentes (revolutionary who fought against the Portuguese monarchy) and we ignore the discovery fallacy that was taught for many years in school. To me, sounds like the perfect excuse for today’s book review to be a Brazilian one. You’re notContinue reading “Brazilian literature, shall we?”

What !D̄ө ωΣ (k)πow!?

I always loved reading, I loved imagining the sceneries, the characters, and their adventures. I was one of those people who when the book was really good I couldn’t think of anything else. Before going to sleep “one more chapter” would turn into 5 or 6 and I would go to sleep at 4:00 inContinue reading “What !D̄ө ωΣ (k)πow!?”