Celta Teacher (University of Cambridge, UK)
He is a World citizen. He lived in many countries, and currently teaches English around the World.
When did you first start writing?
I have always written about myself, my life and the surrounding environment since I was a child. I like creating and telling stories.
What's the story behind your latest book?
The Unsatisfied Traveler is the story of a person who lives in the future and travels back in time. In the future that I describe in the novel, people's bodies are engineered to be "asexualized". The protagonist goes back in time, but nobody believes him/her story and he/she decides to write a book. The second character from our era reads the book, and gradually finds similarities between his life and the main character.
The world has changed a lot when a jobless man goes through an interview in which cruel interviewers determine whether he suits society or not. The verdict acquires unparalleled value when your life is at stake.
This is a story of a schizophrenic man who wakes up in a room from where he thinks he cannot leave. He is angry at every object in the room and sees them as enemies. Also, he hates people, mainly his wife, and he plans to kill her.
A virus kills the human race, and the only survival travels to a habitable planet under hibernation. The journey takes one billion and a half years, and odd flora and fauna await him. Giant caterpillars read the man’s mind and reveal they want to eat him.
Two scientists build a time-machine, and one of them goes to the past where he accidentally interacts with the environment at the point the future changes with tragic consequences. Although the tale does not add new ideas to the time-traveling, fictional stage, it unquestionably entertains the reader through its final twist.
Three young female tourists land in an unknown airport and country. Local physicists infer they may have skipped from a universe to another. When they manage to return to what they think is their dimension, something strange happens.
A rich man reveals his son that their family is not human but has an extraterrestrial origin, and although they look like people, they crave human flesh. He doesn't want his son to marry a woman because aliens must breed among aliens. The son refuses his father's request but pays the consequences.
Um rapaz vive no sul do Brasil distópico pós-vírus (achei o cenário particularmente significativo devido à situação atual). A população da Terra quase desapareceu e tem somente algumas tribos existentes. O rapaz precisa sobreviver sozinho e precisa de medicamentos para a ferida infectada, mas quando ele acha que encontra uma vida ideal, o mundo cruel mostra a sua cara.
A boy lives in a post-virus, dystopian Southern Brazil (I find the set particularly meaningful due to the worrisome Brazilian government's drift). The Earth's population relies on a few tribes. The boy must survive and needs drugs for his infected wound, but when he thinks he finds an ideal life, the cruel world shows its teeth.