By Paulo Coelho
Linda understands she's lucky.
Yet each morning whilst she opens her eyes to a so-called new day, she seems like ultimate them again.
Her acquaintances suggest medication.
But Linda desires to believe extra, no longer less.
And so she embarks on an experience as unforeseen because it is bold, and which reawakens an aspect of her that she - good spouse, loving mom, formidable journalist - proposal had disappeared.
Even she cannot expect what's going to occur next...
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Com Originally published in Brazil as Adultério by Sextante, Rio de Janeiro, in 2012. Copyright © 2012 by Paulo Coelho. Knopf, Borzoi Books, and the colophon are registered trademarks of Random House LLC. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Coelho, Paulo. [Adultério. —First United States edition. pages cm “Originally published in Brazil as Adultério by Sextante, Rio de Janeiro, in 2012”—Title page verso. ISBN 978-1-101-87408-0 (hardcover) ISBN 978-1-101-87409-7 (eBook) I. Costa, Margaret Jull, translator.
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Adultery by Paulo Coelho