Relatos bilingues das minhas aventuras pelo mundo.
Have you ever read any John Grisham books? My favorite author. Sycamore Row....my favorite of his books. I'm reading Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee, who just passed away in the last couple of weeks. But, I'm having a hard time getting into it, though. It may turn out okay.
I have read some books from John Grisham (I really enjoyed Skipping Christmas), but not the Sycamore Row. I'll give it a try. Thanks for your suggestion! Let me know if the one from Harper Lee is worth it.
Have you read "The Portuguese - a modern history" - by Barry Hatton?You can get it either in Portuguese or English and it's an interesting book about us as a nation, written by an English journalist who lives in Portugal.You can get the English version from The Book depository, the Portuguese version from Fnac.I also like John Grisham, but haven't read the one recommended above.
I have read that book from Barry Hatton and I enjoyed it a lot. I bought it in English so my boyfriend could read it as well. Thanks for the suggestion anyway.Have you tried "Guia Politicamente Incorreto da História do Brasil", from Leandro Narloch. It's also a good one and it talks about the Portuguese in Brazil.
Aconselho "A Sombra do Vento" de Carlos Ruiz Zafón :)
Olá Ana! Já li esse e adorei ;) Obrigada na mesma pela sugestão.
i love reading all the Russian oldies... Solzhenitsyn... and African writers... alan paton, ben okri, fugard... as well as gerald durrel and graham greene and pg woodehouse...
Thanks for your suggestions Jandi! I have read some of the Russian oldies but I might have never read a book from an African author. I will look into it.
Adorava saber das vossas voltas. Escrevam!I would love to hear more about you. Feel free to comment!