"Two glasses of Voluptuousness - a novel about the justice of the love" - is a small masterpiece.
For the lyrical I added, "the mutual love (to love and to be loved) is of the order of the miracle"; it is a "rising to life". In other words, who have not received is only surviving and not living: is dead to true happiness.
The author, however, makes us think that "one should not lose hope"; that "you must have faith"; that "we need to keep the sincere heart and pure so that one day we will be able to be graced by him." However, leaves a question in the air: true love is in fact always true?
Through the story of an unexpected and exciting story of love experienced between a man and a humble trader, the author makes us think about the need that we all have a day to find ourselves a reciprocal love.
It is a book that addresses issues such as polygamy, polyamory, promiscuity and consumer relations of people as if they were things, but at the same time strengthens and/or renew our hopes in the encounter of happiness.
In the words of the author:
"Love, even if late, robs us of sadness... and it returns us to happiness...;
The love, even if late, because it is the beginning and the essence of life, to find us fruit consumed..., cast out, puts us again on the condition of the seed...; it makes us grow again: it makes us give fruits even where it was said there deserts...;
The love, even if late, deliver us from those who do not have, never had and never will have the true intention or ability to love us...;
The love, even if late, puts us as a relic, as preciousness, stand in front of that (a) which has already tired (a) to lose, follow fearless (a) in the opposite direction of the solitude;
The love, as well as the righteousness of God, even many times seeming blind, deaf and dumb, sometimes even slow, but never, never fails ..."
|Número de páginas||132|
|Acabamento||Brochura c/ orelha|
|Coloração||Preto e branco|
|Tipo de papel||Offset 75g|