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Fer Avellar – Resenha

Fer Avellar & #8211; Review

The blog Fer Avellar published review about the work "The Silence of the Books". Check it out below! The book "The Silence of Books" addresses a time when books are prohibited. The mysterious Santiago Pena has just arrived in Portugal and, knows Alice, who is despised by ...

Raposa Literária – Resenha

Literary Fox & #8211; Review

The Fox Literary blog has published reviews on the book "The Silence of Books". Check it out below! The silence of books is a work with poetic discursive narrative, which makes us reflect on the importance of books and how reading is essential to our sense ...

Herdeira Literária – Resenha

Literary Heiress & #8211; Review

The blog Heiress Literary published review about the book "The Silence of the Books". Check it out below! The Silence of Books brings a fascinating story about the future of a society where the literary world has been banned. The book is divided into three parts: by the eyes of ...

De Bem Com a Leitura – Resenha

Good With Reading & #8211; Review

The well-read literary blog reviewed the book "The Silence of Books". Check it out below! In the not too distant future, having books is a crime! Bookstores and libraries were attacked, destroyed, millions of books burned, digital collections ...

Fausto Panicacci na Rádio CBN

Fausto Panicacci on CBN Radio

Radio CBN published an audiobook interviewing author Fausto Panicacci about the book "The Silence of Books". To view in full click here.

Blog do Pedro Gabriel – Resenha

Pedro Gabriel's Blog & #8211; Review

Hilario was a boy who lived alone in the places. Always following the paths that life led you. Until one day there is a fight in a bar and Hilary is arrested. He gets lost in the confusion, but at the police station he hears about the whole situation and accusations ...

Porão Literário – Resenha

Literary Basement & #8211; Review

Speak guys from the Literary Basement, all right? Today my review is more than special, because the book I have at hand provoked the most diverse feelings, was curious to know what it is? Let's read the review then! Having books is a crime. REPORT IT. It is in this scenario that ...

Fer Avellar – Resenha

Fer Avellar & #8211; Review

The book "The Silence of Books" addresses a time when books are prohibited. The mysterious Santiago Pena has just arrived in Portugal and, knows Alice, who is despised by her parents. When an old notebook is found it raises intriguing questions. The meeting of a ...

Raposa Literária – Resenha

Literary Fox & #8211; Review

The silence of books is a work with poetic discursive narrative, which makes us reflect on the importance of books and how reading is essential for our critical sense and the formation of questions, among other things. I must advance that this reading was ...

Sonhando Através das Palavras – Resenha

Dreaming Through Words & #8211; Review

What would you do in a world where books were banned? The Silence of Books is a national dystopia divided into three parts. At first we met Alice, a child who, unlike the others, likes to hear stories and write them down in a notebook.

Minha Contracapa – Resenha

My Back Cover & #8211; Review

The silence of the books is divided into 3 parts and we follow the lives of some characters, who eventually interconnect their stories. The author presents us with an extremely disturbing scenario for those who love the universe of books. It's hard to make a ...

Thá nos Livros – Resenha

Thá in the Books & #8211; Review

Santiago Pena arrives in Portugal and meets Alice, a smart and curious girl who still doesn't understand why the books, which always entertained her, are abhorred. Having books is a crime and she suffers from it. In the company of Santiago, she will live good moments of counting ...

Tati C. – Resenha

Tati C. & #8211; Review

Having books is a crime. Report it. Alice is a child who loves stories, her grandmother and uncle always told her something and she loved it. But things changed, your grandmother passed away and your uncle was no longer around, still kept (was well hidden) a book that was his ...

Estante Maluca – Resenha

Crazy Bookshelf & #8211; Review

"Perhaps humanity is unlearning to learn." Having books is a crime. REPORT IT! Imagine a place where you can't have books, where such a thing is extremely forbidden; is what we will have in this work. The book begins in Portugal with Alice, a very young girl ...

Herdeira Literária – Resenha

Literary Heiress & #8211; Review

Having Books is a Crime, Denounce The Silence of Books brings a fascinating story about the future of a society where the literary world has been banned. The book is divided into three parts: through the eyes of Alice, a girl who loves the books and the stories told in them, ...

Aquarelando Sonhos – Resenha

Watering Dreams & #8211; Review

Having books is a crime. REPORT IT! A mystery man named Santiago Pena has just arrived in Portugal, where he will have the opportunity to meet a girl in love with stories, his name is Alice, the young girl is scorned by her parents and does not understand the reason why ...

Minha Pequena Coleção – Resenha

My Little Collection & #8211; Review

This book was a surprise as it is a surprising read in every way. With an ending I wasn't expecting. Having books is a crime. REPORT IT. In three parts the book will tell the story of Hilary and his love for books and the girl Alice who loves to hear ...

Sonhando Acordada com Lary – Resenha

Daydreaming with Lary & #8211; Review

Having books is a crime. REPORT IT. The book is divided in three parts. In it we will know the story of Hilario who loves books and the girl Alice, who loves to hear stories. Hilarious is accused of a crime he swears he did not commit and for not carrying the Gene-C and ...

Idris – Resenha

Idris & #8211; Review

Imagine living in a world where books became so obsolete that they were banned forever? This is the theme of dystopia written by Fausto Panicacci, "The Silence of Books." Books, in this reality, are objects that no longer make a difference in the middle ...

Encanto Literário – Resenha

Literary Charm & #8211; Review

The work reflects a work of deep dedication and quality of content. It is remarkable through the numerous literary references and language at various times far-fetched (but not boring), the scholarship that accompanies the author and which, he has overflowed in his ...

Conduta Literária – Resenha

Literary Conduct & #8211; Review

Alice Crastino is a little Portuguese girl, who is relegated by her family and is only called "girl". Faced with its loneliness, it counts on the friendship of the animals that live near its residence. Until a gentleman arrives at Vila Nova de Gaia, the mysterious Santiago Pena, ...

Sabendo Ler – Resenha

Knowing how to read & #8211; Review

The book, narrated in third person is a dystopia, which tells about Alice and Santiago, this one has just arrived in Portugal, at a time when books are prohibited. The work is divided into three parts, the first "Through the Eyes of Alice" tells about Alice, a child who loves ...

Filosofares – Resenha

Philosophers & #8211; Review

Set now in Portugal, now in Brazil, in a not too distant dystopian future, the book tells the story of Santiago, a mysterious man who moves to the side of Alice's house, a very imaginative and captivating child. The girl lives there with her parents and her ...

Alice no País das Leituras – Resenha

Alice in the Country of Readings & #8211; Review

Having Books is a Crime, Denounce In a society where loving the world of literature is considered one of the worst crimes we can commit, we embark on the stories of Alice and Hilary. A narrative divided into three parts (Through Alice's eyes, through other eyes and back ...

Outro garoto lendo – Resenha

Another boy reading & #8211; Review

How about a reflection today? In just over 200 pages, Fausto Lucciano Panicacci chronicles a dystopian reality in which books are viewed in a different way - or not so much - as we know it today, physical books are banned, knowledge becomes ...

Filha Leitora – Resenha

Daughter Reader & #8211; Review

Having books is a crime. REPORT IT!!! This book was my first contact with the writing of author Fausto Panicacci and I can say that I was very impacted. The book tells the story at a time when books were banned. I stopped to think about it and was so ...

Literaladys – Resenha

Literaladys & #8211; Review

For readers who love dystopia, this is a book that I would point out to everyone to read. Seriously, read on. Now imagine a place where you can't have any books, digital or physical, and if anyone found or reported you would be arrested and all your ...

Sonho de Estante – Resenha

Bookshelf Dream & #8211; Review

This book is a crystal ball. A tribute to the literature. It's that book that tells you books. A dystopia that shows us what a future where books are forbidden and possessing would look like is a crime. In addition to all this, we still have a way of controlling ...

Ex Libris  SC – Resenha

Ex Libris SC & #8211; Review

Starting with one of the best (and spoiler-free) prefaces I've ever read in a book, it's an ode to literature; featuring beautifully constructed characters from an insight from the author who, as he strolled through Portugal, caught a glimpse of a little girl trying to draw ...

Sem Limites para os Livros – Resenha

No Limits for Books & #8211; Review

A book in which I was delighted as soon as I met him, walking through the feeds. And then I got mine. And to increase my happiness, I find LC Communication Agency's proposal for a Collective reading. Of course I threw myself headlong into this adventure ....

Entrelinhas Livros – Resenha

Leading Books & #8211; Review

The silence of books is a dystopia, in this new society books are forbidden due to all the technological advances that exist. The book brings us the story of a girl named Alice, extremely curious she loves stories, but her parents pretty much ...

De Bem Com a Leitura – Resenha

Good With Reading & #8211; Review

In the not too distant future, having books is a crime! Bookstores and libraries were attacked, destroyed, millions of books were burned, digital collections were destroyed by viruses. In this new world, the law allows only digital works not protected against ...

Ali lendo uns livros – Resenha

There reading some books & #8211; Review

"For it is in Literature that Humanity confesses itself: it is the mirror in which we find ourselves stripped, and we can then become a little better." And despite all this power of literature - or precisely why - having books is prohibited and who has them, if it is ...