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For the first time, the singer and composer Roberto Carlos, major idol of the Brazilian popular music, has his whole life revealed without cuts.
After an exhausting research and almost two hundreds of exclusive interviews, the historian Paulo César of Araújo analyzes the outstanding moments lived by the artist: from his difficult childhood in Cachoeiro of Itapemirim to the first steps in Rio de Janeiro; the beginning of his success in the sixties playing and singing Bossa-Nova, Beat Music, till he became a romantic singer of international projection, winner of the Festival of San Remo 1968.
Besides explaining the phenomenon Roberto Carlos, the book also tells how songs like "Detalhes", "Emoções", "Quero que vá tudo pro inferno" and many other hits, part of millions of Brazilian's memory, were born.