In Obscure Narrative, we come across psychosocial fragments that fuel the mental combustion responsible for the feelings and sensations that blind our most subtle perceptions, transforming us into nefarious and underhanded actors, acting on an immense stage called life, which transits through a fine line between the genius and the execrable; however, the author warns that these poems may cause discomfort in sensitive reactionary people.
"Julia" is a novella that portrays the tenuous distance between happiness and suffering - are we all destined to face that duality? Robert was skeptical of love, but everything changes when he meets Julia. She is enigmatic. He is expressive. The love between them emerges quickly, but something unimaginable happens: Julia is diagnosed with a strange illness that prevents her from sleeping. Robert's love relieves her pain. In the last moments of her life, the warmth of his body is the last refuge for her to ease the effects of exhaustion and inability to sleep. Such an experience changes Robert's mind about love. He will never be the same again.
In Nina Loves the Forest, you meet a little girl named Nina, who loves spending long hours on the bank of the Amazon River to read her favorite books. She fears for her village’s survival, trees and animals when she discovers deforestation on the other side of the river. With the help of her mother, Haita, and respect for the village elders, she discovers that it is possible to harmonize ancient traditions with modern innovations to show the world that all lives are important. Nina has an important mission: Save the Amazon rainforest.
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