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And suddenly we feel God's love and move spiritually and gracefully through life.
I never felt this struggle nor cared much about what happened to the central characters in this book and thus never really felt pulled into the story.
Coelho's style is luminous and the book is easy to read although the spiritual journey may be difficult.
THIS WAS A GREAT READ AND WOULD RECOMMEND IT . I HAVE ALL OF PAULO COELHOS BOOKS AND I DONT THINK YOU CAN GO WRONG WITH ANY OF THEMPublished 17 days ago by LEE
There is not a single novel by Paulo Coelho that I would not read. This work in particular was heartfelt. I've read it several times and connect each and every single time. Read morePublished 24 days ago by JGRWriter
I really enjoyed this book. Very fast read and as always with Coelho, there is much to contemplate and learn from his characters.Published 2 months ago by Niki Barbour
This is a story about discovering yourself and using someone you've spent time with in your past. An old friend/ love finds a woman who is on a set path but has never truly lived... Read morePublished 3 months ago by medicmonte
This is not the best novel for Paulo Coelho, but it's an alright novel. I would definitely not recommend this for a Paulo Coelho first timer, but if you like the guy's books then... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Hussein
Spell binding throughout. Paulo is deep and emotional with a great storyline. He once again holds you spellbound with his vision. Could't put the book down. Wonderful.Published 4 months ago by Jeannette H. Yamashita
typical paulo cohelo's writing style.inspiring, motivating and captivating.
but very deep and philosophicaly plot line. way too much for a normal person's mind to grasp. Read more
Very nice. Makes you believe that true love does exist that you only have to believe and truly let go.Published 4 months ago by Amanda Fair
In many ways this book feels like a shorter version of the Witch of Portabello, which I didn't enjoy either. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Miss Blackheart