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Jonathan Livingston Seagull: The Complete Edition Paperback – October 21, 2014
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The new complete edition of a timeless classic that includes the never before published Part Four and Last Words by Richard Bach This is the story for people who follow their hearts and make their own rules people who get special pleasure out of doing something well even if only for themselves people who know there s more to this living than meets the eye they ll be right there with Jonathan flying higher and faster than they ever dreamed A pioneering work that wed graphics with words Jonathan Livingston Seagull now enjoys a whole new life
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Once you read this book it stays with you for as long as you are alive,
Without any doubt, JLS is one of the best - if not the best - "messengers" for the idea that we... Ayy! Read it! Enjoy the message your way!
JLS ends wonderfully in Part Three, which is the way anyone would have gotten it before 2014. The new part is a nice addition. The newly added Part Four looked like it was going to be mildly superfluous - right up until the last page; however, I could see why it was originally written and originally not included. I am glad that it was added and glad that he didn't add it until now. Now, it is timely (in my opinion). I am also more than glad that he included the explanatory afterword, called "Last Words".
Something that I noticed this time, having read "Illusions" many times since reading JLS, is that "Illusions" really does fill out the concept that JLS gives. He states as much in the "Illusions" foreword and while re-reading JLS, I easily and comfortably saw the clarifying and concept-extending nature of "Illusions". I used to call "Illusions" my favorite book - bar none, but I now look at JLS and "Illusions", together, as my favorite: the first sets up the second and, to me, does it such that they take on a character where their combination is more exhilarating than either one by itself. That is pretty cool (to me)!