Review of the third book of the Inheritance Cycle: Brisingr, by Christopher Paolini. We are almost at the end of the story, and Brisingr leaves us at the gates of the final battle.
Book review of the Motorcycle Diaries, written by Ernesto Guevara before becoming the famous Che.
Review of Dealing with Dragons, first book of the Enchanted Forest Chronicles, by Patricia Wrede.
Review of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, a weird book of a person who is born old and gets younger as time passes. By Scott Fitzgerald. Book review in English.
Review of Fedegraphica, a book that tries to explain Roger Federer’s genius through stats and infographics. Book review in English.
Review of Alice in Wonderland – Book review in English.
Review of the whole Narnia Series in one post. Review in English.
Review of the last book of the Narnia series: The last Battle. Here ends the story… with a shocking ending. Book review in English.
Review of the sixth book of the Narnia Chronicles: The Silver Chair. Review in English.
Review of the fifth book of the Narnia Chronicles: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Book review in English.
Review of the second book of the Eragon series, also known as The Inheritance Cycle: Eldest. Book review in English.
Book review: Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods, complementary book of the Percy Jackson’s series.
Review of “Estar vivo aleija” by Portuguese author and comedian Ricardo Araujo Pereira, writing for a Brazilian newspaper.
Review of Prince Caspian, fourth book of the Narnia Chronicles. Book review in English.
Review of “the subtle art of not giving a f*ck”, by the American author Mark Manson. A book that tries to help you, while helping the author.
Review of the third book of the Narnia Chronicles: The Horse and his boy. Book review in English.
Review of the second book of the Narnia Chronicles, the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Book review in English.
Review of Ricardo Araujo Pereira’s new collection of “mixórdias”. Do you want to know what is a “mixórdia”? Should I stop saying “mixórdia”?
Review of the first book (in chronological order) of the Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician’s Nephew.
Review of the book Frankenstein, (or the Modern Prometheus) by Mary Shelley.