O Homem de Constantinopla Kindle ☆ O Homem PDF or

O Homem de Constantinopla Kindle ☆ O Homem PDF or

O Homem de Constantinopla [Download] ➺ O Homem de Constantinopla By José Rodrigues dos Santos – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk O Império Otomano desmorona se e a minoria arménia é perseguida Apanhada na voragem dos acontecimentos a família Sarkisian refugia se em Constantinopla Apesar da tragédia ue o rodeia o peueno Kal O Império Otomano desmorona se e a minoria arménia é perseguida Apanhada na voragem dos acontecimentos a família Sarkisian refugia se em Constantinopla Apesar da tragédia ue o rodeia o peueno Kaloust deixa se encantar pela grande capital imperial e é ao atravessar o Bósforo ue pela primeira vez formula a pergunta ue havia de o perseguir a vida inteira“O O Homem PDF or ue é a beleza”Cruzou se com a mesma interrogação no rosto níveo da tímida Nunuphar nos traços coloridos e vigorosos das telas de Rembrandt e na aruitectura complexa do traiçoeiro mundo dos negócios arrastando o para uma busca ue fez dele o maior coleccionador de arte do seu tempo Mas Kaloust foi mais longe do ue issoTornou se o homem mais rico do planetaInspirado em factos reais O Homem de Constantinopla reproduz a extraordinária vida do misterioso arménio ue mudou o mundo – e consagra definitivamente José Rodrigues dos Santos como autor maior das letras portuguesas e um dos grandes escritores contemporâneos.


10 thoughts on “O Homem de Constantinopla

  1. Ruben Polery Ruben Polery says:

    O homem de Constantinopla portraits the story of Kaloust Sarkisian aka Kaloust Gulbenkian A man whose life was rich of accomplishments and conuered the title of the richest man in the world Later in his life he came to Portugal as unknown keeping a relation of friendship with the dictator Salazar


  2. Daniel Daniel says:

    Very nice book with a flowing and interesting story about the live of a man Though I usually like his books this one seemed to be better not technically he is a consistently good writer but in terms of plot and characters


  3. Marisa Marisa says:

    I think there's a lot of history to be told about this book


  4. Tatiana Tatiana says:

    21 A book your mom loves 2015 reading challenge35


  5. Gonçalo Hall Gonçalo Hall says:

    Absolutely loved the book and I am can't wait to start the second one


  6. Helena DaSilva Helena DaSilva says:

    The horror of the Armenian massacre during World War I intense


  7. Aleksandra Aleksandra says:

    I haven’t read fiction for a while it was just about time and this book turned out to be the right choice The author’s style is gripping detailed depicting some fascinating sceneries You immerse in the atmosphere of a bygone era There is one downside though the historical facts are conveyed with a certain dose of naivety and there are also some inaccuracies but after all it’s a novel not a documentary The end is of a new beginning and I would like to read the seuence to find out how the story ends


  8. Filipa Filipa says:

    Compared with “A mão do diabo” this book is way better the story is interesting even though some parts seem too forced in my opinion and the secondary subject of the uest for the beautiful made by Kaloust Sarkisian AKA Caloust Gulbenkian is uite amusing as well However the fact that not all the biographic aspects of the book coincide with Gulbenkian’s life can be annoying for people that like to have their facts right and appreciate historical accuracy Still it’s worth reading


  9. Teresa Pereira Teresa Pereira says:

    Super interesting it narrates the origins of one of the most richest men of the 19 Century The book has a good flow that keeps you hooked until the last page Volume 2 is still good but didn't like so much as this heavy


  10. Mariana Condeço Mariana Condeço says:

    This book was recommended to me by my best friend I said I wanted to read something diferent from what I'm used to a novel and this book was the chosen oneI have mixed feelings about the story in some parts I felt very connected I coundn't stop reading the journey that they where describing was wonderful but in other time I felt bored about all the economics and politics discussion about Petroleum Aldo all of this ups and downs creat a very good story of a father and a son with a distant relationship and above all a captivating love story I have to detach the end of this book it was very well acheived by the writer because he leaves you wiht such a great clif hanging right now I just want to start the second book to know the end of this story


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

10 thoughts on “O Homem de Constantinopla

  1. Ruben Polery Ruben Polery says:

    O homem de Constantinopla portraits the story of Kaloust Sarkisian aka Kaloust Gulbenkian A man whose life was rich of accomplishments and conuered the title of the richest man in the world Later in his life he came to Portugal as unknown keeping a relation of friendship with the dictator Salazar

  2. Daniel Daniel says:

    Very nice book with a flowing and interesting story about the live of a man Though I usually like his books this one seemed to be better not technically he is a consistently good writer but in terms of plot and characters

  3. Marisa Marisa says:

    I think there's a lot of history to be told about this book

  4. Tatiana Tatiana says:

    21 A book your mom loves 2015 reading challenge35

  5. Gonçalo Hall Gonçalo Hall says:

    Absolutely loved the book and I am can't wait to start the second one

  6. Helena DaSilva Helena DaSilva says:

    The horror of the Armenian massacre during World War I intense

  7. Aleksandra Aleksandra says:

    I haven’t read fiction for a while it was just about time and this book turned out to be the right choice The author’s style is gripping detailed depicting some fascinating sceneries You immerse in the atmosphere of a bygone era There is one downside though the historical facts are conveyed with a certain dose of naivety and there are also some inaccuracies but after all it’s a novel not a documentary The end is of a new beginning and I would like to read the seuence to find out how the story ends

  8. Filipa Filipa says:

    Compared with “A mão do diabo” this book is way better the story is interesting even though some parts seem too forced in my opinion and the secondary subject of the uest for the beautiful made by Kaloust Sarkisian AKA Caloust Gulbenkian is uite amusing as well However the fact that not all the biographic aspects of the book coincide with Gulbenkian’s life can be annoying for people that like to have their facts right and appreciate historical accuracy Still it’s worth reading

  9. Teresa Pereira Teresa Pereira says:

    Super interesting it narrates the origins of one of the most richest men of the 19 Century The book has a good flow that keeps you hooked until the last page Volume 2 is still good but didn't like so much as this heavy

  10. Mariana Condeço Mariana Condeço says:

    This book was recommended to me by my best friend I said I wanted to read something diferent from what I'm used to a novel and this book was the chosen oneI have mixed feelings about the story in some parts I felt very connected I coundn't stop reading the journey that they where describing was wonderful but in other time I felt bored about all the economics and politics discussion about Petroleum Aldo all of this ups and downs creat a very good story of a father and a son with a distant relationship and above all a captivating love story I have to detach the end of this book it was very well acheived by the writer because he leaves you wiht such a great clif hanging right now I just want to start the second book to know the end of this story

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *