Posts Tagged ‘ Paulo Coelho ’

The BookWag List 7: 10 Books to Buy/Beg/Borrow and Read This Week

April 19, 2013
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The BookWag List 7: 10 Books to Buy/Beg/Borrow and Read This Week

And it is Friday again – the day when we come out with our list of ten books that are worth reading. As ever, our list is driven purely by readability – we are talking about books that entertain the reader. There are no confinements of time, author or genre here – if we think…

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As the Copt said: Ten brilliant quotes from Manuscript Found in Accra

April 17, 2013
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As the Copt said: Ten brilliant quotes from Manuscript Found in Accra

We have just finished reading Paulo Coelho’s latest work, Manuscript Found In Accra (you can read our review here). For those who know not – and who have not read our review (yes, we are plugging it shamelessly) – the book is all about conversations between a learned man known as the Copt and the…

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Book Review: A Manuscript that moves you

April 17, 2013
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Book Review: A Manuscript that moves you

Paulo Coelho has forged a formidable reputation for himself as not just an author who narrates good tales, but who actually makes the reader think. It is a reputation that gets enhanced with his latest work, Manuscript Found in Accra. Purported to be – it is a work of fiction, as per the categorisation on…

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