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Fascinating and Challenging
le 11 novembre 2011
I have read and followed Paulo Coelho ever since The Alchemist was published in English in 1993.
What never seize to fascinate me is how his quest in so many ways is my own quest, and his books always leaves me many possibilities.
With Aleph, Paulo has developed from disciple to master in his own life, and again proves himself as an important catalyst of self-discovery and transformation. Dealing with subjects as reincarnation and parallel realities, Aleph is fascinating and challenging reading. Following its strong narrative dimension, I particularly appreciated the theme of forgiveness related to the past, developed with a subtle and moving touch. I literally loved this new book; Coelho takes his train forward.
Coelho beautifully describes the experiences he had traveling by train with his publishers and a girl named Hilal, which is not her real name, who insists on joining them.
This book is made of magic, of hands that know to write the tale of a heart that is on a journey to find itself.
Of a heart that knows how to lead the feet to where it once walked and where it must go.
I must say that having read so many of his other books, Aleph exposed me to something I was so afraid of admitting.
That in a life of a spititual seeker, the trials and tribulations faced by their spouses are monumental and unavoidable.
I want to thank Paulo for Aleph. I want him to know that I'm starting to consider more about finding my own kingdom.
ALEPH is Coelho's best book ever. ... the book exudes purity, simplicity and sincerity