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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — L’Alchimista by Paulo Coelho. Hardcoverpages. Published August 1st by Bompiani first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about L’Alchimistaplease sign up.
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View all 24 comments. View all 5 comments. A little bit of several religions have an influence on the journey to enlightenment. Not a whole lot of exposition as the author gets right to the point throughout. It should be a quick read unless you don’t care for it – and I have seen many less than satisfied reviews.
When I read this I was reminded a lot of Siddhartha. I read that one earlier this year so I have it fresh in my brain. Both of them are short novels novellas, re 3. Both of them are short novels novellas, really that tell about a simple and fairly unremarkable boy going through many encounters to find ultimate enlightenment. With this being the case, if you liked Siddhartha, I think that not only will you like this, you should read it for sure!
With that, I will end my review – leaving it short, just like the book! View all 10 comments. I had quite high expectations going into The Alchemistgranted that it had been my mom’s favorite read about a decade ago when she picked it up. But upon having alchlmista the last page myself, I was unclear on whether the book had made a positive impression on me or not.
Oh, and there were a number of passages that made me either contemplate everything Ckelho know or feel like someone could see thro I had quite high expectations going into The Alchemistgranted that it had been my mom’s favorite read about a xlchimista ago when she picked it up. Oh, and there were a number of passages that made me either contemplate everything I know or feel like someone could see through my soul.
However, there were also a lot of moments were I completely zoned out while listening to the narrator. So I don’t know what to take out of this book. Having this as my second Coelho readI knew more or less what to expect: Also, the author’s prologues are always exceptional in stealing my thoughts and time: I weep because, each time he knelt beside my banks, I could see, in the depths of his eyes, my own beauty reflected.
The Alchemist follows a young Andalusian shepherd in his journey to Egypt, after having a recurring dream of finding treasure there. No one knows what the treasure is, or if Santiago will be able to alchhimista the obstacles along the way. But what starts out as a journey to find worldly goods turns into a discovery of the treasure found within. My love for this book is a quiet kind of love.
When he speaks in our language, I zlchimista interpret what he has said. But if he speaks in the language of the soul, it is only you who can understand. They tell their incredible stories at the time when you want to hear them. The closer one gets to realizing his Personal Legend, the more that Personal Legend becomes his true reason for being, thought the boy.
In his pursuit of the dream, he was being constantly subjected to tests of his persistence coehlo courage. So he could not be hasty, nor impatient. Alchimjsta he pushed forward impulsively, he would fail to see the signs and omens left by God along his path.
The future belongs to God, and it is only he who reveals it, under extraordinary circumstances. How do I guess at the future?
Based on the omens of the present. The secret is here in the present.
If you pay attention to the present, you can improve upon it. And, if you improve on the present, what comes later will also be better. Forget about the future, and live each day according to the teachings, confident that God loves his children. Each day, in itself, brings with it an eternity. I’m truly excited to see what I’ll think of my next Coelho book. I genuinely laughed out loud when Santiago realized where his treasure was buried.
And I kind of applaud the author for interweaving the intricate details of this tale in such a seamless way. I also listened to this song while reading thanks to the latest and most beautiful episode of This Is Us. I’m an Amazon Affiliate. If you’re interested in buying The Alchemistjust click on the image below to go through my link.
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Jesus emerges from my comparison As decidedly the inferior teacher Of ethics. What does that say About my Religion? One of which led to untold riches And the other to a lost work of Aristotle. He took the first Without hesitation. What does that say About my Hero?
But not a word was told of Kant, Yet they reached and easily The very same conclusions! What does that say About my Teacher? View all 32 comments. I don’t hate it, but I didn’t love it. Maybe it’s the translation, or just the way the book is lamented.
It didn’t light the spark in me most classics do. The soul of the world didn’t seem to capture me the way I hoped it would, it alchlmista a nice book. Simple with a clear plot and an undeniably unique idea. But some parts of me strikes it as pretentious, it feels unreal. The ideas themselves are believable, but the over emphasis placed on some ideas creates an atmosphere that annoyed me more than in I don’t hate it, but I didn’t love it.
The ideas themselves are believable, but the over emphasis placed on some ideas creates an atmosphere that annoyed me more than inspire me. But then again what do I know View all 6 comments. It’s inspiring and haunting lachimista in one breath. It’s lighthearted, but also thought-provoking. The setting begins in the fields of Spain but even 4. I rarely read classics set outside the US or England, which I should pursue more of, and this was very enjoyable with Islamic supporting characters.
I grew frustrating in the middle of this book, because it seemed almost assaulting in its message. The dialogue is very transparent and this book says exactly what it means with little to no metaphor or embellishment, which I originally thought was tacky.
The more I read, however, the more I realized how interesting of a tactic it is. It delivers its message up-front, but it gives the reader enough space to determine how he or she wants to absorb that message. Coe,ho is a fascinating main character that I think anyone could alchinista to. Islam and Catholicism are both depicted in this story, but even as an atheist, I was able to recognize the intention that Coelho was putting forth: But I did really enjoy this story.
I’m sure there was a message hidden in this book somewhere that went completely over my head. And I very much enjoyed the fairytale style in which it’s written.
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