Terraços de Teerão
Publish date: October 4th 2011
Pages no: 344
Edition language: Portuguese
Here's the thing: I fucking hated this thing, but I don't have much to say about it. And that's precisely why I didn't like it at all- it is so unremarkable and boring. It's not worth reading and it's not even worth the energy it takes to rant about it. All I will say is that I could not stand this ...
I really liked this book; the theme was great (I love books like this: it's realistic, we have cultural, romantic elements). Book is really good, but there's something missing to it to be great. I really hated the translation, and now I'm sorry I didn't read it in original, maybe that affected my i...
I really enjoyed this book. It was a very heartbreaking and moving story that was along the lines of The Kite Runner-not the story line but the writing style.
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