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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.
MALE CHEAVENIST PIG at large. This book shows us that the woman in his life, knows he is just a pig. She literally runs away to a foreign country just to get away from him. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Joel M. Plowman
Great read I was especially pleased with the life lessons about happiness love and the quest to find true lovePublished 22 days ago by Marjorie Quint-Bouzid
I enjoyed the read after I made up my mind to read without distraction. This is a complicated story which includes some philosophical ideas that require contemplation.Published 23 days ago by Joy O Dubowski
Still full of deep insight. I am at a different point in my life every time i read it and each time this book affords me with new perspective and profound insights. Read morePublished 28 days ago by K. Duffy
I have read many of Coelho's books. Each comes to deliver a new message that my soul has been craving to rediscover. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Grace Roman
I'm an avid fan of Paulo's books and have read most of them. This was somewhat of a departure form his other works, and I found it very refreshing and thought provoking. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sarah Bourouphael