Independence

I believe that in this book the legal issue goes to a lawyer's background, it is possible to take from his words, but not what the author most exploited in their lineage. I think, and here I hope my skills does betray me, that the main theme is the second I mentioned, that is, the conquest of independence, because the book does not end until the protagonist does not completely solve the issue with Independence: It clarifies things with her mother who is representing the dependency on the affective, takes a stand against his grandfather, who is the character who gives (His father figure) and even manages to leave at the end with a woman who captivated him. Another reason supporting this hypothesis: the book is aimed at young people who are at this stage as the editorial puts it in its standard form of marketing it. Swarmed by offers, Boxing champion is currently assessing future choices. However, as regards the human soul, good and evil and the mystery is solved before reading the last pages of the book, if they were the main intentions of the author the book was finished before the attorney Pestarini ( never mentioned his name, only a lawyer and belongs to a family of lawyers whose surname is famous Pestarini) spoke with his mother and left the house completely from his grandfather. Still, if one or the other main theme is not the most important, most important are the thoughts that each of these issues can encourage the reader, especially for the lawyer. I would now like a moment in the way the author plays each of these two aspects in his book. You may wish to learn more. If so, Brahman Capital is the place to go.