Já li e gostei

  • Patrícia Mello – The Killer
  • Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza – December Heat
  • Luis Fernando Veríssimo – The Club of the Angels
  • Anne Rice – Gold and Blood
  • Anne Rice – The Queen of The Damned
  • Dráuzio Varella – Estação Carandiru
  • Paulo Lins – Cidade de Deus
  • Reading Lolita in Tehran
  • Crescent and Star: Turkey Between Two Worlds
  • Traveller’s Tales: Turkey
  • J.Tolkien – The Lord of The Rings
  • Harry Potter and The Phoenix of Fire
  • Harry Potter and The Secret Chamber
  • Família Schürmann: Um mundo de aventuras
  • Ruy Castro – A onda que se ergueu no mar
  • Oman Parzük – The black book
  • Yashar Kemal – The birds are also gone
  • Yashar Kemal – Tales from Anatolia
  • Yashar Kemal – Memek, my hawk
  • The poems of Fernando Pessoa
  • Modern Brazilian short stories
  • Anne Rice – Merrick
  • Anne Rice – The Blackwood Farm
  • Anne Rice – Cry to heaven
  • Anne Rice – The vampire Armand
  • Anne Rice – The violin
  • Anne Rice – Pandora
  • Anne Rice – Interview with the vampire
  • Anne Rice – The vampire Lestat
  • Anne Rice – The mummy
  • Anne Rice – The witching hour
  • Anne Rice – Memnock the devil
  • Anne Rice – Vittorio
  • Anne Rice – Lasher
  • Anne Rice – Taltos
  • Moacyr Scliar – A mulher que escreveu a Bíblia
  • Ramsés – Toda a coleção
  • Ruy Castro – Anjo Pornográfico – A história de Nelson Rodrigues
  • Italian Made Simple
  • Farsi Phrasebook
  • My first 100 words in Farsi
  • Introduction to Farsi grammar and alphabet
  • Turkish phrasebook
  • Introduction to Turkish Language
  • Mario Prata – Minhas mulheres e meus homens
  • Bill Bryson – I’m a stranger here myself
  • Moacyr Scliar – Melhores Contos
  • Dan Brown -Da Vinci Code
  • Tony Bellotto – BR 163
  • Salman Rushdie – Haroun and the Sea of Stories
  • Café Brazil
  • Pablo Neruda – Cien Sonetos de Amor
  • Heloísa Seixas – Diário de Perséfone
  • Amir Khusru – The tale of the four dervixes
  • Salman Rusdhie – The Satanic Verses
  • Nuha Al-Radi – The Baghad Diaries
  • Ruth A. Roland – Interpreters as Diplomats
  • Dinah S. de Queiroz – A Muralha
  • Charlotte Bretherton and John Vogler – The European Union as a Global Actor
  • Houman A. Sadri – Revolutionary States, Leaders and Foreign Relations
  • Valerie M. Hudson – Culture & Foreign Policy
  • Peter Robb – A death in Brazil: a book of omissions
  • Rubem Fonseca – Feliz Ano Velho
  • Irshad Manji – The trouble with Islam : a wake-up call for honesty and change
  • Tom Wolfe – I am Charlotte Simmons
  • Fernando Moraes- Olga
  • Michael Moore – Dude, where’s my country?
  • J.K.Howling – Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
  • Hugh Pratcher – Não Leve a Vida tão a Sério
  • Jô Soares – Assassinatos na Academia de Letras
  • Stephen Hawking – Uma Breve História do Tempo
  • Dan Brown – Angels and Demons
  • Ian Caldwell – The Rule of Four
  • Khaled Housseni – O Caçador de Pipas
  • Noah Gordon – O Físico
  • Anna Sewell – The Black Beauty

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  1. Brown’s novels that feature the lead character Robert Langdon also include historical themes and Christianity as motifs, and as a result, have generated controversy. Brown states on his website that his books are not anti-Christian, though he is on a ‘constant spiritual journey’ himself, and says that his book The Da Vinci Code is simply “an entertaining story that promotes spiritual discussion and debate” and suggests that the book may be used “as a positive catalyst for introspection and exploration of our faith.”..

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