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Book Title: Pequena Abelha|
The author of the book: Chris Cleave
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 310 KB
Edition: Edições Asa
Date of issue: March 2011
ISBN 13: 9789892313177
Read full description of the books Pequena Abelha:Não queremos contar-lhe O QUE ACONTECE neste livro. Esta é uma HISTÓRIA MESMO ESPECIAL e não queremos desvendá-la.
Ainda assim, vai precisar de saber um pouco mais sobre ela para querer lê-la, por isso, vamos dizer apenas o seguinte:
Esta é a história de DUAS MULHERES. Os seus destinos vão cruzar-se UM DIA e uma delas terá de fazer UMA ESCOLHA terrível, o tipo de escolha que ninguém deseja enfrentar. Uma escolha que envolve vida ou morte. DOIS ANOS DEPOIS, elas encontram-se de novo. É então que a história começa verdadeiramente…
Depois de ler este livro, vai querer falar dele a TODOS OS SEUS AMIGOS. Quando o fizer, por favor, também não lhes diga o que acontece. Permita-lhes saborear a sua MAGIA.
Read information about the authorChris Cleave was born in London and spent his early years in Cameroon. He studied experimental psychology at Balliol College, Oxford. His debut novel, INCENDIARY, won a 2006 Somerset Maugham Award, was shortlisted for the 2006 Commonwealth Writers' Prize, and is now a feature film. His second novel, LITTLE BEE, is a New York Times #1 bestseller with over 2 million copies in print. GOLD is his third novel. He lives in London with his wife and three children. Chris Cleave enjoys dialogue with his readers and invites all comers to introduce themselves on Twitter; he can be found at twitter.com/chriscleave or on his website at http://www.chriscleave.com
Q & A
What was your favourite childhood book?
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by CS Lewis
Which book has made you laugh?
Great Lies to Tell Small Kids by Andy Riley
Which book has made you cry?
The Road by Cormac McCarthy
What are your top five books of all time, in order or otherwise?
Mrs. Dalloway (Woolf)
Voyage au Bout de la Nuit (Céline)
The Road (McCarthy)
100 Years of Solitude (Garcia Márquez)
What is your favourite word?
"Nooba". It's a word peculiar to my family, although I can't remember where it came from or which of my kids coined it. To "do the nooba" is to muck around when you're supposed to be going to sleep. As in, "Stop doing the nooba, boo-boo, it's way past your bedtime." I like it because you can only say it with a smile.
Which fictional character would you most like to have met?
Sally Seton, Clarissa Dalloway's childhood companion, when we were all young.
Is there a particular book or author that inspired you to be a writer?
Definitely. In my teens it was Milan Kundera who made me realise how exciting it would be to write, and Primo Levi who made me realise how important it was, and Tibor Fischer who made me suspect the whole thing would be fun.
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