142 pp, paperback, 21 x 14 cm
The author Lourenço Dutra has a degree in history and journalism. Back in 80s he was bass player and singer, later worked in a record store in Berlin. This book contains 13 stories on contemporary city life. One of the stories is about a man who was listening in maternity hospital The Torture Never Stops (from Zoot Allures) and who decided to name he's newborn son Frank Zappa. Here in this site the book is presented mainly because of the great front cover by Edson Fogaça.