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In fact, I do not hesitate to call Paulo Coelho the worst writer of all time.

I found the English translation to be unremarkable and can only hope that the original Portuguese is more inspiring, but in view of all other shortcomings of the book, I doubt it. This book would be senoriita seventh I read, written by Paulo Coelho but unfortunately I gave up halfway through.

El Demonio y La Senorita Prym

We aren’t allowed to interpret things for ourselves; he spells everything out clearly for us as though he’s the only man in the world who can understand a bit of pauol philosophy. I don’t think there is a straight answer for that.

Other books in the series. This duality is disguised and explained throughout the story about a strange, gold bars and a dark demand. It just didn’t seem to fit my mood. I guess I’ll hate him as an author by the time I finish the deluxe collection I’ve bought. One can see why this sort of stuff would appeal to people.

The more I read Coelho,the more I dislike him. Please try again later. I cannot count the times I wanted to hurl the book against the demmonio in frustration. Yet here I am, reviewing another waste of my time, and here you are, reading up on why it doesn’t deserve a chance.


Trivia About The Devil and Mis The challenge will not wait. I think it was the atmosphere created that deterred me from finishingbut I cannot articulate exactly what that was and why I didn’t like it.

We’re introduced to an older woman who was lucky enough to find a husband in the black and white days, but he’s dead and that means she’s so worthless that she might as well die. A range of adjectives come to my mind, the most favorable being boring and blandand the strongest patronizing and utterly exasperating. I didn’t like this book one bit! Maybe that works for some readers. On the Seventh Day 3 books. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. We go round in circles exploring the idea of morality, with contradictions, repetitions, and a complete air of tedium.

Another static Coelho element here was his tendency to treat his readers as though they are utterly stupid. His books are hit-or-miss, I think. From this intensive interest and use of the Internet sprang his bold new project: Do we have good and e You’re surely all now aware of my disdain for Coelho and his lacklustre attempts at philosophy. It is located on a mountainous road between Lourdes and Luz-Saint-Sauveur, which then bifurcates towards le Col du Tourmalet, a very popular climb during the Tour de France it featured 82 times since the beginning of the race; alas, the Tour won’t go through Viscos this year.


The book was supposed to be one way of looking at the problem of evil,I guess.

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It was a difficult read for two reasons: He created a master piece, the alchemist, but that’s it. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. You’re surely all now aware of my disdain for Coelho and his lacklustre attempts at philosophy. This is a book on basic human nature, a book of common sens Tedious and patronizing.

El Demonio y la Senorita Prym: He just explains everything too much, I’m not stupid I got it the first time! But it is entirely worthless. And somewhere else,he says evil can never produce good. But I just can’t seem to get into them.

I went on holiday and purposfully “forgot” it at home. Apr 08, J.

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Get to Know Us. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. I would go to some remote place, where everyone looked on life with joy, peace and compassion, and I would see if I could make the people break a few of the Ten Commandments.