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An empowering and enjoyable, highly recommended read.
Talks about coexistance of good and evil in human nature and how life circumstances can change us each time into either good or a bad people.
This could be intentional, but it is written so clumsily that it really just seems like sloppy writing (and thinking) on Coelho's part.
Paulo Coelho books are amazing spiritual journeys. The Devil and Miss Prym held true to this. Absolutely wonderful and many great lessons learnt!Published 5 days ago by Kavita
It makes us think about choices we can make. That we do have the power of doing good or bad things, the choices is ours. This book shows that. Very good reading. Read morePublished 27 days ago by C.F.S.
This book, The Devil and Miss Prym, a Novel of Temptation, was fascinating, for an elderly women saw a stranger come into town, with the devil by his side. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marie Taylor
At first, I was scared when this was talking about the darker side of people - as we all know that there is a dark side to every human on this planet - but I kept with it, and by... Read morePublished 3 months ago by S. Marks
I enjoyed this fable the most among 4 of his books I've read thus far.Published 4 months ago by huntr
Is a battle of good vs evil through temptation. A magnificent story that answers the question: Is the nature of human beings to be good or bad?Published 4 months ago by Dennis
Not my favorite of Coelho's, but he always has a lesson in everything he writes. I highlight sentences and phrases in each book to go back and apply to everyday life. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jeff