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Feb 11, Jonathan rated it liked it. Typical Coelho When i get time i will type my favorite two pages which I think summarize the whole book. Grace cannot be hoarded. There are no banks where it can be deposited to be used when I feel more at peace wit Typical Coelho There are no banks where it can be deposited to be used when I feel more at peace with myself.

If I do not make full use of these blessings, I will lose them forever. God knows that we are all artists of life. One day he gives us a hammer with which to make sculptures, another day he gives us brushes and paints with which to make a picture, or paper and a pencil to write with.

But you cannot make a painting with a hammer, or a sculpture with a paintbrush. Therefore, however difficult it may be, I must accept today's small blessings, even if they seem like curses because I am suffering and it's a beautiful day, the sun is shining, and the children are singing in the street. This is the only way I will manage to leave my pain behind and rebuild my life. Feb 03, Toby rated it really liked it. A great book for anyone struggling with attachment or ownership of something that you love.

Slaves to luxury, to the apperance of luxury, to the appearance of the appearance of luxury. Slaves to a life they had not chosen, but which they had decided to live because someone had managed to convince them that it was all for the best.

And so their identical days and nights passed, days and nights in which adventure was just a word in a book or an image on the television that was always on, and whenever a door opened, they would say "I'm not interested, I'm not in the mood. Apr 12, Ashley Lauren rated it liked it Shelves: This book was nothing like I expected. The back description was misleading - as a novice traveller I saw that the narrator of the book was going to go through "Spain, France, Croatia" etc in order to find the love of his life.

Do not be fooled, there is little to no description of these places. In fact, there is no description of Spain at all. Thoroughly disappointing. Besides that the book itself was I admit it is a much different story than I have ever read and I was given some This book was nothing like I expected.

I admit it is a much different story than I have ever read and I was given some new ideas and thoughts. However I did not find the end fulfilling nor did I feel a great connection with the main character.

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Jan 01, CalypK rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Recommended to CalypK by: Soy gente de libros No todos debemos ser escritores. Todos felices, continuemos con nuestras vidas. Lo bueno: Lo malo: Lo feo: View all 9 comments. Nov 09, Suzie Toumeh rated it liked it Recommends it for: The very little things that made me detest this book: I believe that each reader creates his own film inside his head, gives faces to the characters, constructs every scene, hears the voices, smells the smells.

And that is why, whenever a reader goes to see a film based on a novel that he likes, he leaves feeling disappointed, saying: In this book although the main character is obsessed The very little things that made me detest this book: In this book although the main character is obsessed with his wife and talks, thinks and remembers her non-stop, you never know her hair color, skin color, eye color, does she have long hair or short hair? I actually think his books are THE BEST books to be turned into movies because you can never create your own movie in your head And here's another part I disagree with greatly "Do you know what gives a woman most pleasure within marriage?

Watching her man eat. I have read other books by Paulo and compared to that crap this book is way better, good job man. May 06, Emtiaj rated it did not like it Recommended to Emtiaj by: Dec 29, Mohamed Abdelsttar rated it really liked it Shelves: Apr 06, Tamim Nashed rated it it was amazing.

I kept reading it and finished it in a short time It helps you understand the real meaning of life Nov 29, Brad rated it liked it Recommended to Brad by: This book wasn't written for me. So from the earliest moments of The Zahir I felt like a tourist, an unwelcome voyeur.

But then this book was written for me because, stripping away all the talk of spirituality, I am looking for complete sensuality, complete living, complete be This book wasn't written for me.

But then this book was written for me because, stripping away all the talk of spirituality, I am looking for complete sensuality, complete living, complete being and much of The Zahir was about accepting these possibilities in our lives. When Coelho was talking about these possibilities, I felt welcomed into the community of the book. The book felt right.

I wondered how I was supposed to care about a man of leisure and the problems only he could afford to have. I disdained his dilettantism. The constant pontification concerning love drove me insane.

I shook my head at the blindness of the narrator's faith -- in damn near everything. I loathed the constant lecturing about love and personal history. I was unsatisfied with the ending. Yet I was captivated by the questions the narrator asked, the way he had to know certain bits of minutia to be happy. I embraced the unconventional visions of love and fidelity. I revelled in the literary references. I loved the narrative voice.

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I was compelled to read The Zahir at pace. And I was paradoxically satisfied with the ending. I can't think of anyone I would recommend this book to, except maybe my friend Ruzz, but I wouldn't really tell anyone to stay away from this book either, except maybe my friend Ruzz. I am baffled by the experience. I am curious to read more of Coelho 's work. I don't know if I will. I wonder if this reading experience will stick with me, or if all I will retain is my new found fascination with train tracks.

I just don't know. Not at all. Why did you give me this book, Giovanna? View all 3 comments. Mar 02, Marianne rated it it was ok. The Zahir is the sixth stand-alone book by Brazil-born author, Paulo Coelho.

It is translated from Portuguese by Margaret Jull Costa. Esther, a journalist and the wife of a best-selling author disappears from their home in Paris. Once the police release him from custody, dismissing the idea that he may have been responsible, he begins to wonder what has happened. He is soon convinced that she left him voluntarily, despite her occasionally dangerous job as a war correspondent.

For two years, he remains obsessed about learning the reason she left him. The first thing the narrator does is find himself a girlfriend. Then, suitably catered for sexually, he laments his inability to understand why his wife left him.

As the narrator eventually, after more than two years sets about looking for her, the tale is filled with waffle about finding oneself, pure divine energy, spiritual journey, and energy of love flowing around the world. The author must have quite some charisma in person, because on paper his attitude and arrogance are unappealing. The dialogue is wooden although perhaps this is a function of the translation ; the prose is dull; much of the story feels contrived.

This book might appeal to men of a Latin background who fancy themselves on a spiritual journey. Readers Also Enjoyed. About Paulo Coelho. Paulo Coelho. Before dedicating his life completely to literature, he worked as theatre director and actor, lyricist and journalist. Slow initial sales convinced his first publisher to drop the novel, but it went on to become one of the best selling Brazilian books of all time. He also held surprise book signings - announced one day in advance - in some cities along the way, to have a chance to meet his readers.

In ninety days of pilgrimage the author traveled around the globe and took the famous Transiberrian train that took him to Vladivostok. During this experience Paulo Coelho launched his blog Walking the Path - The Pilgrimage in order to share with his readers his impressions.

He is equally present in media sharing sites such as Youtube and Flickr, offering on a regular basis not only texts but also videos and pictures to his readers.

From this intensive interest and use of the Internet sprang his bold new project: The Experimental Witch where he invites his readers to adapt to the screen his book The Witch of Portobello. Indeed Paulo Coelho is a firm believer of Internet as a new media and is the first Best-selling author to actively support online free distribution of his work. People in the journey to their personal legend. I believe the quotation below will be sufficient to show how brilliant Coelho is: My question is this: The one with the dirty face of course.

And, vice versa, the man with the clean face will see his colleague covered in grime and say to himself: I must be dirty too. I looked at their lovely, clean faces and saw myself reflected in them. They, on the other hand, looked at me and saw the dirt on my face and, however intelligent or self-confident they were, they ended up seeing themselves reflected in me thinking that they were worse than they were.

View all 35 comments. Just as in an earlier book, The Alchemist, The Zahir is about a pilgrimage. The book touches on themes of love, loss and obsession. The Zahir was written in Coelho's native language, Portuguese, and it has been translated into 44 languages. Nov 16, Jen rated it it was ok Shelves: So far my least favorite of Coelho's books.

A woman leaves her husband with no explanation to find out how to be happy. She leaves no note, no messenger, takes nothing, just seems to disappear. He finds himself in the journey and learns he needs to look for her because he loves her, not because he is obsessed.

Along the way other hearts get broken. And love changes the laws of nature. When we try to control it, it destroys us. When we try to imprison it, it enslaves us. When we try to understand it, it leaves us feeling lost and confused. View all 10 comments. Dattatreya Good theme weak plot Jan 26, Avinash Tiwari at least you could write spoiler before giving up the central theme. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. Self-congratulatory, conceited wankery. Only earns it's 1 as the prose was easy to read and well written for what it was. If you would like to read a book about how fantastic Coelho thinks he is, this is for you. Paulo Coelho is a knob. I dislike this man, his opinions and his writing. I have read The Alchemist and the The Fifth Mountain in the past and have felt that they were completely 1 star. I have read The Alchemist and the The Fifth Mountain in the past and have felt that they were completely over rated.

Then a friend links all these "insightful" quotes from him all the time on Facebook. And then there is this article from earlier this month. But all of these were forgivable. Until I read this book.

This book lead me to one conclusion. Paulo Coelho is a complete wanker. This book, The Zahir, is about an amazing author who is famous, incredibly successful with the ladies, intelligent, accomplished, and did I mention a brilliant writer? Maybe I need to tell you again how good a writer the author is.

He is married, but has many girlfriends as he is incredibly attractive, and his wife who is a journalist goes missing. He mopes for a bit, while being a brilliant, amazing writer, but then gets an actress girlfriend. He then gets approached by a man who knows where his wife is, and he has to rediscover himself, by writing another ground-breaking book and some other stuff, before he can go find her.

But the actress stays with him until he leaves, because he's great. In case you forget how wonderful he is, he points out randomly how many languages nearly all the languages in the world he has been translated into. The books themselves, while wonderful, are not him or his ideas. Yeah right. Get your hand off it. Also he mentions the Zimbardo prison experiment at one stage, because he can. No idea. It wasn't important or necessary. It was in fact completely out of place, not to mention wrong, and seemed to be mentioned to show off how intelligent he was.

My "favourite" part, was after he came home from spending all night out wandering Paris with the "Tribe" and then come home and didn't want to turn on the tv because they had "run out of things to talk about" so were covering a story of a rebellion in Haiti.

So he goes on this whole rant about how is a rebellion important to him as a rich, incredibly successful author in Paris! Who cares!

I just wanted to slap him the narrow minded prick! As well as all of this he seems incredibly unhinged as well. He screams at his girlfriend after being out all night with the Tribe, mentioned above, and she doesn't ask him where he was. So therefore as she is not jealous not interested, jealous he screams at her for not loving him any more. Besides the fact he has been moaning on about his wife who he loves who has left him for the whole book. I was beyond loving him at p5, no wonder the girlfriend seemed to have had enough by p But she hadn't really.

She really thought he was great. You know why? Because this unnamed author is fucking fantastic, just ask him.

Why did I finish it? Because I wanted to find out what happened to his wife and girlfriend as I liked them not worth it, it ended all about him , it was only pp, and it was orange for a rainbow challenge.

It gets 1. Actually, no. After writing this, 1.

For more reviews visit http: View all 18 comments. View all 14 comments. Uno de mis libros favoritos de todos los tiempos. Te deja con grandes decisiones a tomar en tu vida. Adventure and another journey full of suspense and excitement by the wonderful writer Paolo Coelho, in this novel Paolo Coelho did not go away from his style of depth and intervention in the depth of humanity and trips to discover self and faith within us, this trip you enter the world a bit different from the rest of the flights in the entry to Your depth and especially the inner voice or the thing that brings you from your depths in a way that could be more correct is the way of your intuition and hope that is inside you, which comes from all these things.

What Paolo Coelho said in this novel is more profound and unseen in many parts of the novel which, according to my personal opinion, is one of the most fundamental tenets of this novel selfishness that led us to discover this adventure and certainly will discover more when it goes deeper into the novel.

To read many of Paulo Coelho's novels, this is my first novel, in which the author explained the name of the book from the introduction, and not like any other novels that you have discovered in a novel yourself, in a way that is more obvious or easier. One of the most beautiful and fascinating things is the author's entry into the middle of Asia and how to speak of it beautifully, how these countries are marginalized internationally despite the large amount of rich cultures in it, and this is of course because of the wars and problems that have afflicted the place.

This novel is beautiful but closely scrutinized by the deep dialogues and you should read it accurately and focus. Recommended to Nour by: That means I don't have to kill anyone yet. Where do I start? This is how this book briefly was written. Careful, this review contains spoilers! Paulo in this extravagant novel is searching for his wife who decided to leave no trace of her whereabouts to him because she felt unhappy.

Unhappy because he doesn't understand her, becau 2. Unhappy because he doesn't understand her, because he is always too busy because bla bla bla bla bla. I think in his mind, Coelho created the impossible kind of woman.

I would never suspect that a woman would be ok with her husband having affairs all the time and when he says that he doesn't want her anymore, she puts her foot down and says NO, you do want me. Annd then when he finds out that she left him, and that now, in the end of the book, she's pregnant, he's cool with it. He's very cool. There's NO guy out there like that no matter how good he is. After 7 books, I finally would express my dismay!!!

The picture below will explain what I am feeling right now. His philosophy is very shallow and cheesy. I am not going to start lecturing people on MY philosophy. I am not here to do that.

But I want to say that sometimes some things are more important than personal happiness and that NO ONE is happy except the ignorant. So I am happy with my unhappiness, thank you very much, Coelho.

I hate his philosophy and his style of writing ok, I know. Typical Coelho When i get time i will type my favorite two pages which I think summarize the whole book. Grace cannot be hoarded. There are no banks where it can be deposited to be used when I feel more at peace wit Typical Coelho There are no banks where it can be deposited to be used when I feel more at peace with myself. If I do not make full use of these blessings, I will lose them forever.

God knows that we are all artists of life. One day he gives us a hammer with which to make sculptures, another day he gives us brushes and paints with which to make a picture, or paper and a pencil to write with.

But you cannot make a painting with a hammer, or a sculpture with a paintbrush. Therefore, however difficult it may be, I must accept today's small blessings, even if they seem like curses because I am suffering and it's a beautiful day, the sun is shining, and the children are singing in the street. This is the only way I will manage to leave my pain behind and rebuild my life.

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Feb 03, Toby rated it really liked it. A great book for anyone struggling with attachment or ownership of something that you love. Slaves to luxury, to the apperance of luxury, to the appearance of the appearance of luxury. Slaves to a life they had not chosen, but which they had decided to live because someone had managed to convince them that it was all for the best.

And so their identical days and nights passed, days and nights in which adventure was just a word in a book or an image on the television that was always on, and whenever a door opened, they would say "I'm not interested, I'm not in the mood. Apr 12, Ashley Lauren rated it liked it Shelves: This book was nothing like I expected.

The back description was misleading - as a novice traveller I saw that the narrator of the book was going to go through "Spain, France, Croatia" etc in order to find the love of his life. Do not be fooled, there is little to no description of these places. In fact, there is no description of Spain at all. Thoroughly disappointing.

Besides that the book itself was I admit it is a much different story than I have ever read and I was given some This book was nothing like I expected. I admit it is a much different story than I have ever read and I was given some new ideas and thoughts. However I did not find the end fulfilling nor did I feel a great connection with the main character.

View all 4 comments. Jan 01, CalypK rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Recommended to CalypK by: Soy gente de libros No todos debemos ser escritores. Todos felices, continuemos con nuestras vidas. Lo bueno: Lo malo: Lo feo: View all 9 comments. Nov 09, Suzie Toumeh rated it liked it Recommends it for: The very little things that made me detest this book: I believe that each reader creates his own film inside his head, gives faces to the characters, constructs every scene, hears the voices, smells the smells.

And that is why, whenever a reader goes to see a film based on a novel that he likes, he leaves feeling disappointed, saying: In this book although the main character is obsessed The very little things that made me detest this book: In this book although the main character is obsessed with his wife and talks, thinks and remembers her non-stop, you never know her hair color, skin color, eye color, does she have long hair or short hair? I actually think his books are THE BEST books to be turned into movies because you can never create your own movie in your head And here's another part I disagree with greatly "Do you know what gives a woman most pleasure within marriage?

Watching her man eat. I have read other books by Paulo and compared to that crap this book is way better, good job man. May 06, Emtiaj rated it did not like it Recommended to Emtiaj by: Dec 29, Mohamed Abdelsttar rated it really liked it Shelves: Apr 06, Tamim Nashed rated it it was amazing. I kept reading it and finished it in a short time It helps you understand the real meaning of life Nov 29, Brad rated it liked it Recommended to Brad by: This book wasn't written for me.

So from the earliest moments of The Zahir I felt like a tourist, an unwelcome voyeur. But then this book was written for me because, stripping away all the talk of spirituality, I am looking for complete sensuality, complete living, complete be This book wasn't written for me.

But then this book was written for me because, stripping away all the talk of spirituality, I am looking for complete sensuality, complete living, complete being and much of The Zahir was about accepting these possibilities in our lives. When Coelho was talking about these possibilities, I felt welcomed into the community of the book.

The book felt right. I wondered how I was supposed to care about a man of leisure and the problems only he could afford to have. I disdained his dilettantism. The constant pontification concerning love drove me insane. I shook my head at the blindness of the narrator's faith -- in damn near everything. I loathed the constant lecturing about love and personal history. I was unsatisfied with the ending. Yet I was captivated by the questions the narrator asked, the way he had to know certain bits of minutia to be happy.

I embraced the unconventional visions of love and fidelity.

I revelled in the literary references. I loved the narrative voice. I was compelled to read The Zahir at pace.

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And I was paradoxically satisfied with the ending. I can't think of anyone I would recommend this book to, except maybe my friend Ruzz, but I wouldn't really tell anyone to stay away from this book either, except maybe my friend Ruzz.

I am baffled by the experience. I am curious to read more of Coelho 's work. I don't know if I will. I wonder if this reading experience will stick with me, or if all I will retain is my new found fascination with train tracks. I just don't know. Not at all.

Why did you give me this book, Giovanna? View all 3 comments. Mar 02, Marianne rated it it was ok. The Zahir is the sixth stand-alone book by Brazil-born author, Paulo Coelho. It is translated from Portuguese by Margaret Jull Costa. Esther, a journalist and the wife of a best-selling author disappears from their home in Paris. Once the police release him from custody, dismissing the idea that he may have been responsible, he begins to wonder what has happened.

He is soon convinced that she left him voluntarily, despite her occasionally dangerous job as a war correspondent. For two years, he remains obsessed about learning the reason she left him. The first thing the narrator does is find himself a girlfriend. Then, suitably catered for sexually, he laments his inability to understand why his wife left him. As the narrator eventually, after more than two years sets about looking for her, the tale is filled with waffle about finding oneself, pure divine energy, spiritual journey, and energy of love flowing around the world.

The author must have quite some charisma in person, because on paper his attitude and arrogance are unappealing. The dialogue is wooden although perhaps this is a function of the translation ; the prose is dull; much of the story feels contrived.

This book might appeal to men of a Latin background who fancy themselves on a spiritual journey. Readers Also Enjoyed. About Paulo Coelho. Paulo Coelho. Before dedicating his life completely to literature, he worked as theatre director and actor, lyricist and journalist. Slow initial sales convinced his first publisher to drop the novel, but it went on to become one of the best selling Brazilian books of all time.

He also held surprise book signings - announced one day in advance - in some cities along the way, to have a chance to meet his readers. In ninety days of pilgrimage the author traveled around the globe and took the famous Transiberrian train that took him to Vladivostok. During this experience Paulo Coelho launched his blog Walking the Path - The Pilgrimage in order to share with his readers his impressions. He is equally present in media sharing sites such as Youtube and Flickr, offering on a regular basis not only texts but also videos and pictures to his readers.

From this intensive interest and use of the Internet sprang his bold new project: The Experimental Witch where he invites his readers to adapt to the screen his book The Witch of Portobello.

Indeed Paulo Coelho is a firm believer of Internet as a new media and is the first Best-selling author to actively support online free distribution of his work.I believe that each reader creates his own film inside his head, gives faces to the characters, constructs every scene, hears the voices, smells the smells. Lu, T. I disdained his dilettantism. I embraced the unconventional visions of love and fidelity. Geometrical Based Exponential Model of mobile communication systems.

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Download pdf. Nov 16, Jen rated it it was ok Shelves: Sai Chaitanya Dear Friend, Everybody has different perspective over life. View all 4 comments.