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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. I have to just admit that I wasn’t enjoying it, and it was a chore to read. However, what I did read was the makings of his later, more refined works such as The Alchemist. He squanders the opportunity to share the real details of his kilometer walk on the way to Santiago de Compostello in France and Spain. That, by any measure, has a strong impact over the story and style of writing.

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Qualcuno soprattutto qualcuno che trova questo libro bello, interessante, o addirittura entusiasmante – un capolavoro potrebbe dirmi: Ma dubito che il Cammino di Santiago sia quello descritto qui.

Before reading it, I heard and read a lot of views about the book, and I thought that it will be my next milestone.

Lo de los demonios y los trances composstela me convence para nada. This is the 4th Paulo Coelho book I’ve read, and my least favorite so far.

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The mention of Knights of Templar, ancestral rites done in midnight with those chantings, search for a sword, etc. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. I first read ‘The Alchemist’ in high school and loved it, but as I’ve continued to read his work, I’m realizing that he is utilizing the reader’s desire to peregribo in something greater and selling nonsensical, conflicting, vaguely spiritual fortune cookie messages.


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Teenagers who can’t handle Casteneda. Barcelona first published Dovofthegalilee This is a weak story to be kind. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.

I didn’t finish it. The novel serves as part adventure story, part guide to self-discovery. Pablo Coello has written a novel of impressive depth. Yes, as he keeps on mentioning in his novels, let’s all continue to dream as we will all die when we stop doing so. I might read The Alchemist because everyone tells me that is his better work, and I am interested to know if it is any better Pages to import images to Wikidata Articles containing Portuguese-language text All stub articles.

God was sometimes written a small g, even when Paulo was not speaking about the “human” variety, but GOD himself- maybe that was something to do with the process of translation, but a competent translator should have known that God gets a capital G.

I had enough of them while being fascinated with the Dan Brown books a few years ago. I first read ‘The Alchemist’ in high school and loved it, but as I’ve continued to read his work, I’m realizing that he is utilizing the reader’s desire to believe in something greater and selling nonsensical, conflicting, vaguely spiritual for I have long wondered why Paulo Coelho is one of the most read authors in the world.

I skipped to the end and yes of course he finds his f’ing sword and he doesn’t go bragging to his mates about it. I would recommend Sharpe’s Rifles instead, Bernard Cornwell’s description of the Praza d’Obradoiro was spot on, and Sharpe doesn’t need to say that he knows what to do with his sword, he just gets on with it and uses the thing.

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My personal worst parts were in no particular order when he decided a man he met early on must have been the devil, when he exorcised a dog, when he graphically described a spiritual exercise when he had to vividly imagine being buried alive, when he fought the dog he’d tried to exorcise earlier in the book by channelling the dog and attacking it’s throat, and later the line “I had a sword and I knew what to do with it.


Es verdad que habla de disfrutar el momento, de no complicar al pensamiento propio, que disfrutemos el camino hacia nuestras metas y nos olvidemos del “tiempo”. It’s absolutely not my cup of tea, was less believable than other books I’ve read this year, and far less uplifting.

Then right after, I spent almost full 24 hours getting my usual 6-hour sleep of coursetrying to finish this book chosen by my Filipino group read for March I saw none of that either, no revelations, no insight, no behavioural enlightenment. People who love watching slideshows of someone else’s summer holiday Greener Books Ltd Published: Honestly, I got more out of The Celestine Prophecy: Return to Book Page.

It is not woow Despite what I have said above about it’s ease of reading, overall, I didn’t enjoy the read. Filipino Group – Book for March He is the Joel Osteen of literature. To these people I would say, maybe I did get itbut maybe I didn’t like the way it was presented. In fact there were passages in this book that made me wonder if the author was deliberately trying to test my patience.

Still, Paulo Coelho being famous and all, I read on, my patience tied together by a string hoping that it would have an ending that made me feel stupid and silly for hating on it.