6 de mar. de 2023

Ryoki Inoue | The author with the most published books in the world

Born in the city of São Paulo in 1946, José Carlos Ryoki de Alpoim Inoue, better known only as Ryoki Inoue, says that he would never have guessed that he would abandon his career as a doctor, even managing the Nossa Senhora de Fátima Hospital in São Paulo, to Devote yourself entirely to reading and writing. With that, Inoue became famous for being the writer with the most books written in the world, in his name or in one of his 39 pseudonyms, even being awarded the title of writer with the most books published in the world by the Guinness Book.

With works present in the most varied themes and categories, Ryoki Inoue has already produced more than 1,000 books in his 27 years of literary career, in a quick calculation we can see how impressive the author's production is: 27 years x 365 days = 9,855 (number of professional days), divided by 1,100 (number of books), the result gives a shocking average of approximately 1 book published every 9 days.

Now 77 years old, Ryoki Inoue says he doesn't intend to stop writing anytime soon, and he gets to write up to three books a day without the slightest headache. “Most people cannot read at the same speed as he writes.”, said Jô Soares, who, in addition to being a presenter and writer, is also a highly respected figure of criticism in the literary world. impressive productivity.

In addition to being a prolific writer, Inoue claims to be a good reader, reading at least four books a month. He says he keeps up to date with releases, keeping an eye on the best sellers of the moment, sources of inspiration for him to produce guaranteed-selling titles.

He read the successes of the Swedish Stieg Larsson, author of the Millenium series, for example, but said he didn't like it and doesn't understand why it sold so much. Among the most recent – ​​and which had great sales –, he cites Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code.

The North American series inspired Inoue. One of his most recent books, Fruit of the Womb, mixes mystery, history and religion, as Brown did. In Inoue, Catholic Church groups are considering cloning Jesus. With more than 20,000 copies sold, a high number for the Brazilian market.

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Product Details

Publisher ‏ : ‎ Record; 1st edition (March 31, 2008)

Language ‏ : ‎ Portuguese

Paperback ‏ : ‎ 560 pages

Available for purchase on Amazon Brazil

Brief description of the work:

Imagination is what Ryoki Inoue does not lack. With over a thousand books published, this Brazilian has already entered the Guinness Book of Records and has been the subject of articles in several newspapers, even The Wall Street Journal. In O FRUTO DO VENTRE, he proves that his ability to create plots full of emotion and mystery is indeed infinite. This time, Inoue resorts to the Holy Shroud and mixes science, religion and history to compose a script of persecutions, murders and unrevealed secrets. An ambitious priest has a dazzling plan to save the fate of the Catholic Church: clone Jesus Christ from intracellular nuclei extracted from the Holy Shroud. But how to get a piece of the Holy Cloth to continue the experiment? And will the generated baby really be the new incarnation of Jesus? And how will the fruit of that womb act? Will he have the omniscience and wisdom of the son of God, as narrated in the Bible? Will he follow the same fate as Jesus Christ, or will he use his power in a different way? Questions accumulate in the minds of everyone involved in the plan: Fathers Maronese, Corday and Ramirez, scientist Marianna and priest-scientist Magaldi. Influencing the Jesus clone's decisions can mean immense power. But not everyone is interested in Christ's return. A secret fraternity is more concerned with controlling the Church's designs, taking possession of the Holy Shroud and eliminating anyone who tries to stand in their way. to the 15th century, advancing to the beginning of the 21st, going from the Vatican to Rio de Janeiro, from Switzerland to Guarapari, from Leonardo da Vinci's Milan to the São Paulo of evangelical churches. Who said cloning Christ would be easy?

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Matias Santana

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