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You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. Even Igor's love is just an expression of his egomania. I personally could not put this book down. I like Paulo Coelho.

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I read a couple of his books and definitely felt his point about life. The Alchemist is definitely a favorite.

This book was good and pretty much talks about the price of getting what you really want or think you want. He does a good job in the characters and seeing what their true goals are. How some got to the pinnacle of what they wanted and found the prize or price wasn't worth it. There are definitely lessons in this book. I don't think it was the best book of his I have read but I did gain some good insights from it.

Audio CD Verified Purchase. Coelho is a master writer, no question there, but for me his best works are still "The Alchemist" and "Devil and Ms Prym". The narrative in those two novels is by far the best developed. I wept by the river Piedra while I read the book with the same title, I didn't "get" the witch book named after a mushroom, I liked "Zahir" but felt it was overdone. With "Winner stands alone", Coelho entered a new realm, usually covered by heavyweights like Umberto Eco, in which novel is made of bits and pieces of popular culture, celebrity, news, cultural theory and documentary-like material which binds the narrative.

It is all a good read, but Igor is a bit overdone, from the point when he does his first "kung fu" move. I have seen read something like that only in Bruce Lee movies. Nice touch, but a little out of place and reads like a dead blonde that falls out of a trunk just when needed to rescue a dysfunctional part of the story. If I rated this book based on "The Alchemist", it would get no more than two stars.

However, in the sea of poorly written books, Coelho's works are a treat and each one deserves five stars. Don't miss it. For the real thing, however, cultural criticism, you have to pick up Umberto Eco's works essays in particular. I loved the storyline but thought that the ending was anticlimactic. The Alchemist is a much better read for me.

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