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This translation does not include the preface, reflections of the author after 25 years, that is in the Spanish version. What does the "Plus" mean?Published 3 days ago by John Hinchman
It came with all of my other books.
I have no complaint whatsoever. It's clean and new just like described
Excellent. I read The Alchemist first and then realized The Pilgrimage was first. Absolutely love Paulo Coelho and his works. Have Brida waiting on my nightstand. I can't wait. Read morePublished 16 days ago by June Prestin
My husband and I have been reading Paulo Coelho books together for a few years and this book is giving us a basis to understand the author and his journey. Very interesting.Published 18 days ago by Carrie
Everything by this man is 5 stars. His writing is wonderful and inspiring, and this was no exception. Very happy with my purchase.Published 22 days ago by P. Cook
This is just an unbelievable book. I have read it 3 times and each time I relate more to the journey than the last time. Read morePublished 25 days ago by AnneC
Loved this book. The plot just kept me turning the pages to see what lay ahead on the journey of the Strange Road of Santiago de Compostela. It's on my bucket list...Published 1 month ago by Oscar M. Pena
I love this book. It has been a dream of mine for many years (ever since the movie, The Way) to walk the Camino, and this book not only covers the walk, but the writer's mystical... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kate Murphy
Coelho always writes with imagination and creativity. The novel came as a recommendation for the walk to St. James in Spain. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Donna