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An easy-to-read book about human nature and how our viewpoints can dictate how we perceive the world and therefore live our lives.Published 24 days ago by Panuwatana I.
I really admire the way Coelho can employ such a simple and universal narrative to express such global and moral thinking. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Haley T Elkin
Another excellent book on human character and values. The fight between good and evil in us all. I have enjoyed all his works.Published 2 months ago by Linda R. Shupe
Love the book, love the theme. Coelho can get a bit unbelievable in some of his books, but this is just a great bit of fiction with a wonderful moral to the story. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mandy
My favorite book by Paulo Coelho. Clear demonstration of the hearts of men and how we justify wrong doing to make ourselves feel better. Great read.Published 3 months ago by Shardy Carter
I adored it and finished it in two days. Very well written and sparks reasoning for self decisions along with questioning every day life. Highly recommended.Published 4 months ago by Olivia
Love this book, Paulo Coelho is a bit slow moving yet methodical. His insights into people and their purpose in life has you reflecting on your own purpose.Published 4 months ago by Claudia C. Morales
THE DEVIL AND MISS PRYM by Paul Cohelo is one of those books with a hook that draws you in and keeps you reading. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Red Rock Bookworm
Mr. Coelho's allegorical novels are interestingly anachronistic parables. They speak from the pre WWII milieu where the common reality was was so overwhelming that allegory must... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer