The Achemist: paulo coelho:
About this book:
The Alchemist is the international bestseller from well known Author Paulo Coelho.
Every ten years or so you get a book that is published that changes the lives of hundreds and thousands of people all across the world. The Alchemist is definitely one of those books.This book has sold thirty million copy’s worldwide. It has also been translated into sixty three languages.
This book tells the story of a young Andalusion Shepard boy named Santiago. Santiago has dreams of travelling the world in search of a treasure more extraordinary than any other that could ever be found. He leaves his home where he lives in Spain and journeys across to the exotic markets of Tangiers. From there he travels on until he reaches the Egyptian desert. Once in Egypt unbeknownst to him a fateful encounter with the alchemist awaits.
Why I recommend it:
The Alchemist is a beautiful story about never giving up on your dreams no matter what the circumstances. It’s also a novel that inspires you to follow your heart and to let it guide you to places you never knew existed. After reading this book I felt more inspired to go after everything I had ever wanted. This novel showed me that If you keep pushing ahead no matter how bad things become and don’t give up, you can accomplish all your dreams. Sometimes all you have to do is look to the inside, and see what’s really in your heart. Once you do that, you will be able to find the treasure you have been searching for all this time.
If you love reading inspiring stories about people who accomplish their dreams, or simply love reading about the magic and mystery of the unknown. This book is then a definite must read.
“The Achemist is a beautiful book about magic, dreams and the treasures we seek elsewhere and then find on our doorstep.”- Madonna.
Star Rating: goodreads.com. Rates this book 3.75 out of 5.
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