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Homens, Lobos e Lobisomens: as Histórias Mais Fascinantes

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Esse livro contém diversos contos de diferentes autores sobre lobisomens.
Os contos são: O lobo (Guy de Maupassant), Gabriel-Ernest (Henry Hector Munro), Os olhos da pantera (Ambrose Bierce), O lobisomem das montanhas Hartz (Frederick Marryat), Hugues o lobisomem (Sutherland Menizes), Os intrusos (Henry Hector Munro), A loba branca (Edith Nesbit), O senhor dos lobos (Alexan
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Paperback, 294 pages
Published 2004 by Marco Zero
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Ana Paula
Mar 25, 2012 Ana Paula rated it it was amazing
Tinha esse livro em casa há anos e nunca tinha ligado para ele, mas nem com má vontade consigo dizer que não foi bom. Ele contém contos com as mais diversas visões sobre lobisomens, uns melhores que os outros, mas todos bons. O que mais gostei foi o principal do livro, O Senhor dos Lobos, de Alexandre Dumas. Nunca tinha lido Dumas, e pode ter certeza que me interessei. Muito bem escrito.
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