To begin this returning I'm going to start with some books I've recent acquire.
Funny, or not, they are all from the same editor, Saída de Emergência.
The first batch are from July
|Spines per order| A Mão de Rasputine | Cidade Perdida | A Canção de Kali|
|Cidade Perdida [Lost City] by Clive Cussler & Paul Kemprecos | Detail from the cover|
|A Mão de Rasputine [The Rasputine Relic] by William M. Valtos | Detail from the cover|
|A Canção de Kali, Ed. Especial [Song of Kali] by Dan Simmons | Detail from the cover|
I've enjoyed the Clive Cussler writing and I'm already keeping and eye for others books wrote by him. They are very easy to read, intriguing and with a mixture of science fiction and thriller.
For last, I've read The Rasputine Relic last week, after a long time without reading nothing at all, and I've enjoy it as well. It's a kind of book that you don't know what will happen until the very end, and that chain you till the last page. I might write soon a in more deep review of the book.
The second one, is from the beginning of this month.
They are all from the same portuguese fantasy literature author David Soares. From him I've read Os Ossos do Arco Íris, that were a huge and pleasant surprise, and that I've spoke about before.
With these three David Soares came a 4th book, that is a completely another story, and that was an offer.
|Spines of: | Lisboa Triunfante | A Conspiração dos Antepassados | O Evangelho do Enforcado|
|O Evangelho do Enforcado | Cover detail|
|A Conspiração dos Antepassados | Cover detail|
|Lisboa Triunfante | Cover typographic details|
|Spine detail | This book had two covers to choose, either the lizard option or the Fox. I've chosen the second one.|
|Spine | O Feitiço do Highlander|
See you soon!