- R$ 9,90
Descrição da editora
Seventeen-year-old Alexia Tresillian dreams of becoming an artist. Trouble is, her social-climbing father wants to marry her off to a nobleman - any nobleman - before she can ruin her reputation, and his along with it. Drawn to the seedy underbelly of Halifax Street, Alex discovers the Cabaret Voltaire, a nightclub worlds apart from her genteel aristocratic upbringing - a place where all her dreams could come true, and all her father's nightmares as well. But Alex finds herself becoming obsessed with the club's most revered and enigmatic entertainer, JD - rebel Rock-god and poet with a past that makes Don Juan look like the Dalai Lama - and she realises she risks losing not just her reputation and standing in society, but her heart as well. Set in a world where history is skewed, yet familiar, 'Cabaret Voltaire' is the place where rebels, aristocrats and revolutionaries, poets, rock stars and avant-garde artists collide in this Punk-Victorian romance for YA and older.