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THE ALCHEMIST

A boy wants to find something. So he becomes a
shepherd. He is traveling among villages in Spain with his sheep.
One night he have a dream about Pyramid. Some one says treasure is there. He thinks he must go Egypt.
Can he find his treasure?
This book has about 40,000 words.


I read this book two weeks ago.
This book is easier than Harry Potter book one.
You can read this book if you can read Harry Potter.
If you cannot understand some ideas in this book, that is no problem. You can read later again with better understanding.
This is a story about a boy who travels Egypt to find his Personal Legend, or treasure.
But the theme of this book isn't adventure, but some spiritual inspirations. I minded what is my Personal Legend and am I doing what I really want to do as I was reading this book. It is no wonder that this book is placed on shelves with other spiritual books in many book stores in Europe.
But the ideas in this book don't depend on any religions, or depend on all religions. Then I recommend this book for everyone, especially who lost his/her target of life.
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I'm a book-worm too

Hi Moring!
I'm Wen-san's wife. I read "The Alchemist" 3-4 times, loved it, it told me that achieving a dream is not about the goal, but about the journey. Too bad that the rest of his (Paulo Coelho) works are not as exciting as this one (The Alchemist).

I heard from him that you are a book lover, and I happen to read some good books I can recommend you:
Afternoon of the Elves by Janet Taylor Lisle
The Penderwicks by Jeanne Bidrsall
Life of Pi by Yann Martel
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon
Narnia by C.S Lewis (for me, it's hundred times better than Harry Potter)

There're some more interesting books I can recommend, if you interested ^.^

Thanks for visit

Hi Wen-san and Maria.

To Wen-san:
I did a temporary job. But still looking for a regular job.
I had sent email to you.
Would you check it and reply to me?

To Maria:
Yes. I'm book lover now.
But I was reading only cartoon books until the third year of university.
Children books give me the same feeling as cartoon books.
The information about the rest of Paulo Coelho's books is bad news for me because I have seven other his books (^^!).
Any way, thank you for introducing your favorite books.
I want to know what other books you thought they were good.

See you two.


See you.

hi.
your article reminded me of this book.
I got it last year and complete forget about it!
sounds interesting,

thank you.

Re: You are welcom

Thanks for coming.
I'm glad I could remind you this book.
Please come back to post your feering of the book.

See you.

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