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Every page of the book got my attention until the book was finished.
The author is also bragging way too much about his accomplishments (the main character seems to be the author himself) to a point to which it gets irritating.
Along the way the author brilliantly integrates Universal principles of life and profound insights into successful and meaningful living.
It was an interesting read but I was expecting more. The story was good. Worth a read.Published 3 days ago by Phoebe Scarborough
Coelho could write the phone book and I would love it. This book is mesmerizing. I have a tattoo of the Zahir in arabic on my wrist... Read morePublished 14 days ago by A. Allen
An amazing story! I am grateful to a, scientist, colleague of my wife who loaned her copy of The Zahir to me, to read. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Zaheer Jan
I'm not the most avid reader out there. I do like the way Coelho writes because as he says, it creates the movie of the book in my head. Read morePublished 25 days ago by JC_Moreno
Sin dudas el mejor libro que he leído! Te enseña como en el trajín de la vida uno se olvida de lo más básico y puro, el amorPublished 1 month ago by Maria Jose Bentancor
Another exceptional book from Paulo Coelho that speaks for the human condition in relationships...Published 1 month ago by Lynn M. Hamilton
I find myself reading and rereading Coelho's books over and over. The Zahir will be added to that list. My opinion changes as I change. It worth the read and any rereading. Read morePublished 1 month ago by yesdear