Category: Books

Review: A Vida Invisível de Eurídice Gusmão

Eurídice Gusmão Campelo é uma jovem mulher que mora no Rio de Janeiro dos anos 1940, mais especificamente no bairro da Tijuca, com seu marido e dois filhos. Apesar de ter uma mente brilhante e ser boa em tudo que faz, Eurídice decide se tornar uma dona de casa após o casamento com Antenor. Alguns

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What I Read in September

September was an interesting month. And, I don’t know about you, but I feel like it lasted a total of 10 seconds. And in this small amount of time, I managed to start various books but finish only two short ones. The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmão by Martha Batalha The Invisible Life of Euridice

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What I Read in August

How can it be that we are already in September?! It seems like 2019 started yesterday! So, hello September. And, because it is already a tradition (and I love it!), let’s talk about what I read in August. Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood From all the three books that I read this month, Oryx

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Amazon Book Haul

A few weeks (or maybe more, I lost count) ago Amazon blessed us with Amazon Day. And me being me, I spent a considerate amount of money on books. 9 in total. When the giant box the next day (it worked this time!) arrived I got very happy to see them in person. But then

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What I Read in July

July has been quite a busy month for me. And as a result of that, I didn’t read as much as I wished (the expectations were high). I also started a bunch of new books that I’m either at the beginning or just finished. In the past couple of months, I developed the habit of

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What I Read in June

One of my favorite hobbies since I was a kid is reading. I started reading very early (thanks mom!), and I always read a little bit of everything, from biographies to dystopian novels, from Nicholas Sparks to Gabriel García Marques. I believe that the activity of reading (it being a book or a flyer) can

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What I Read in April and May

It has been two months since I last wrote one of these posts. And the reason is (kind of) simple: I haven’t been reading as much lately. Thanks to multiple travels (which I loved) and life stuff, I didn’t have much time or energy to enjoy non-academical books. But, on the bright side, I met

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What I Read in March

Rich People Problems by Kevin Kwan (It might contain spoilers for those reading Crazy Rich Asians or China Rich Girlfriend) Rich People Problems is the third and final book from the Crazy Rich Asians novels. I loved all three books and I can’t choose a favorite one, they are all equally magical in their own

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