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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.
I enjoyed this fable the most among 4 of his books I've read thus far.Published 18 days 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 24 days 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 1 month ago by Jeff
Loved this book. I had read 'the alchemist' first and loved that book as well, so I gave this a try. Coelho has a way of teaching without preaching. Read morePublished 1 month ago by N. Curtis
The theme of one man's search for a confirmation of man as inherently good or evil in order to justify an unjustified tragedy casts some light on a common flaw of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Deborah Rimer
The most underrated book of Coehlo. Personally I rate it higher than the Alchemist.Published 1 month ago by Ketan sheth