A Lua de Joana

A Lua de Joana Details

A história fala de Joana, uma rapariga que ao ver a sua amiga morta por uma overdose, decide começar a escrever cartas a ela, para que desta forma a mantenha viva na sua memória, e para também tentar perceber o que levou a amiga a seguir tão tr...

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Title:A Lua de Joana
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  • Muffin Panic

    Please, don't read this book, it's a complete waste of time. It stereotypes every single thing it mentions. It's chaotic, and it sounds more like and advertisement to not do drugs then a real book....

  • Andrez

    A Lua de Joana, written by Maria Teresa Maia Gonzalez is a book about teenage problems, especially drug addiction. After her friend Marta dies of an overdose, Joana starts writing letters to her, to u...

  • Marta

    It was one of my favourite books when I was 13/14 years old. 2019 re-read Still a favourite. Even more valuable now, perhaps....

  • Nightingale_jt

    It's a good book to understand the adolescence mind and how easy it is to get lost in this world. It's a good way to understand the mind of a person addicted to drugs. Easy to read, read it 3 or more ...

  • Diana Marques | Papis e Letras

    I read this as a teenager and it really is a touching story. The end is tragic and so, so unexpected...My mother read it after me and, as a parent, the finale just strucked her and brought her to tear...

  • Ke

    I understand that this book plays a secondary role of providing the readers with the awareness of substance abuse issues and I commend the writer for doing this. However, in my opinion, the author cou...

  • Mariana Pereira

    An amazing book. It talks about a teenager who has to live without her best friend because she died. Her family life isn't the best and she will have to be very strong. Amazing!...

  • Cat

    A book from my teenage years. In those times it was considered a bit heavy because its main theme is 'drugs'....

  • Brunilda

    Read this in my early teenage years because everyone was reading it at the time and someone borrowed it to me. It's anti-drug propaganda for young people. I read this ages ago, but the memory I kept o...

  • Sara

    One of the best reads for young teenagers and even parents.A story of how miscommunication within a family can lead to tragedy and how important it is family's support.Read this book in 1 day when I w...