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  • Title: Vento Sudoeste
  • Author: Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza
  • ISBN: 9788571649507
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Paperback
  • Soprava um Sudoeste quando o delegado Espinosa saiu para se encontrar com o homem que lhe fez o estranho pedido investigar um assassinato que ainda n o tinha sido cometido e cujo assassino seria ele pr prio Mais estranho ainda o homem ignorava o motivo do crime, como seria cometido e quem seria a v tima Mais um mist rio para Espinosa resolver, num enredo escrito comSoprava um Sudoeste quando o delegado Espinosa saiu para se encontrar com o homem que lhe fez o estranho pedido investigar um assassinato que ainda n o tinha sido cometido e cujo assassino seria ele pr prio Mais estranho ainda o homem ignorava o motivo do crime, como seria cometido e quem seria a v tima Mais um mist rio para Espinosa resolver, num enredo escrito com a maestria de Garcia Roza.
    Vento Sudoeste Soprava um Sudoeste quando o delegado Espinosa saiu para se encontrar com o homem que lhe fez o estranho pedido investigar um assassinato que ainda n o tinha sido cometido e cujo assassino seria ele p

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    1. Vento Sudoeste Inspector Espinosa 3 Luiz Alfredo Garcia Roza Cia das Letras, 1999, 210 p ginas Lido de 14 02 17 a 15 02 17 Nota 4 em 5SINOPSESoprava um Sudoeste quando o delegado Espinosa saiu para se encontrar com o homem que lhe fez o estranho pedido investigar um assassinato que ainda n o tinha sido cometido e cujo assassino seria ele pr prio Mais estranho ainda o homem ignorava o motivo do crime, como seria cometido e quem seria a v tima Mais um mist rio para Espinosa resolver, num enredo es [...]

    2. Continua no mesmo esquema de romance policial brasileiro old school com refer ncias psiquiatria fantasia, desejo, espera, loucura, etc Al m de gostar de psiquiatria, o delegado Espinosa, morador do bairro Peixoto no Rio, parece ser um apreciador de Paris seu apartamento tem janelas francesas com gradil de ferro batido, um dos elementos mais importantes de decora o de seu apartamento uma alt ssima pilha inst vel de livros e, desta vez, ele gosta de sandu ches de presunto com queijo acompanhado de [...]

    3. This in fact was the first crime thriller novel I ve ever read by a South American author The booksellers shelves here in New Zealand aren t exactly weighed down with translated South American crime fiction, but I was very pleased to spot this in Unity Books.In SOUTHWESTERLY WIND, Chief of the Copacabana precinct Espinosa is than happy to interrupt his paperwork when a terrified young man arrives at the station with a bizarre story A psychic has predicted that he will commit a murder, it seems, [...]

    4. Desta vez, a descri o n o se centra tanto no bairro de Copacabana, mas ao n vel psicol gico de uma personagem com nome de anjo Achei um policial mais denso e tive saudades das tiradas humor sticas dos outros romances, mas, mais uma vez, surpreendeu me o fim.

    5. Mais um bel ssimo policial de Garcia Roza, com o soberbo Delegado Espinosa, um dos mais bem constru dos her is da literatura policial Este foi um dos meus preferidos da s rie, dos quatro que li at agora.

    6. Overall, it s OK nothing special I figured out who the murderer was going to be, and the probable motive, even before the murder occurred.

    7. 3rd in the Inspector Espinoza series set in Rio de Janeiro return return return return This is psychological thriller of a subdued nature than a mystery or a police procedural Yes, there are murders but that actually is second to the mental deterioration of Gabriel, a 30 year old young man to whom a psychic pedicted, 2 months before his birthday, that Gabriel would kill someone in a nonaccidental way before his birthday Gabriel s resulting descent into madness is fascinating return return retur [...]

    8. Vento SudoesteLuiz Alfredo Garcia RozaEspinosa 03 Companhia das Letras 2010A cada livro que leio do Garcia Roza mais impressionada fico A naturalidade com que ele exp e a realidade e a fantasia, o racioc nio l gico e a imagina o complemente enlouquecedor.Apesar de n o estar lendo na ordem de lan amento poss vel perceber a evolu o do personagem Espinosa Um homem por si s fascinante Sua intelig ncia e intui o o transformam num dos personagens mais interessante da literatura brasileira.A trama psic [...]

    9. If you are looking for a mystery, this is not the place The blurb is way way way misleading Business executive Seriously He couldn t even afford to go around by taxi.I have never been to Brazil, but I always imagined Rio, Sao Paulo, Copacabana, Ipanema, as places with bustling activities But this book made these places seemed very quiet Or maybe the busier the place, the lonelier the people Too bad it has a very loose end, too loose for my liking.

    10. An interesting premise for this book a man comes to the police worried that he will kill people before he reaches his next birthday The guy is an easily impressionable nut case Or is he Around page 100 we have a death Espinosa actually takes up with the best friend of one of the victims It all becomes pretty obvious who the killer is Or we think so The ending is murky and you re not quite sure if someone got away with murder At least Espinosa got a girlfriend.

    11. Another of Luiz Garcia Roza s books I enjoyed this one than the last one A complex story line about a young man who has some mental problems and then is approached by a charlatan who predicts that he ll kill someone before his next birthday I love the setting, Rio, and I enjoy reading this particular author Looking forward to the next

    12. While the characters in this book felt flat, the central premise was somewhat unconvincing, and the story took quite awhile to get moving, a few interesting twists and a refusal to tie up every loose end went a ways toward redeeming this murder mystery set in Rio de Janeiro I read it while in Rio, which made it all the compelling.

    13. One dry, distant, flat mystery As though one of the Nouveau Roman French novelists of the 1960s had some blood pumped in her not much and was shipped to Brazil Worth reading just to chew over another way to write a mystery.

    14. Very interesting Much a complex psychological study than a police procedural and not all questions are answered in the end but still a very satisfying read.

    15. Dans la lign e de ses romans pr c dents Un bon policier br silien, qui se lit bien La fin peut laisser sur sa faim mais ca permet l imagination de travailler un peu

    16. Fast moving and tricky mystery set in Rio de Janeiro A 29 year old man comes to the police to tell them that a psychic has told him he will kill someone before his 30th birthday.

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