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Дневик једног чаробњака (порт. O diário de um mago) је роман бразилског писца Паула Коеља, објављен године. У овом роману срећемо. Paulo Koeljo, Dnevnik jednog carobnjaka. 2 likes. Book. Dnevnik jednog carobnjaka by Paulo Koeljo at – ISBN – ISBN – Laguna – – Softcover.

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Hardcoverpages. Published August 29th first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Is this book good? Dovofthegalilee This is a weak story to be kind. carobnjka

dnevnjk Suffered through it, I’ve seen deeper plots on Cartoon Network. This is an unusual book. I read it, and cadobnjaka have questions about it. I look forward to our impressions on this book? We can talk about your questions and share our thoughts on it somewhen. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I really hated this book. In fact, it is the second worst book I’ve ever read first being the Voyage of Somebody the Sailor.

The story made no sense, and key parts of it were left unexplained what is RAM? I suppose you might get some jrdnog value from it, but I didn’t really think any of it was earth-shattering or even worth a raised eyebrow. The only redeeming quality was that it was short and went quickly.

View all 6 comments. This is the 4th Paulo Coelho book I’ve read, and my least favorite so far. Not that there’s anything wrong with it, per se, but I can definitely see his evolution as a writer from this his first to The Witch of Ejdnog his most recent and one of my faves.

For me, this book was slower, less relatable if only because very few people are on this kind of a mystical quest and just less smoothly written overall. I also had a hard time sympathizing with the protagonist.

Now, that’s not to say th This is the 4th Paulo Coelho book I’ve read, and my least favorite so far.

Dnevnik jednog čarobnjaka

Now, that’s not to say that there was nothing good about this book! It’s still a unique story with lots of good messages delivered. But if this is anyone’s first experience with Coelho, I say pick up the Zahir, the Witch of Portobello, or the Alchemist, and give him another chance. Teenagers who can’t handle Casteneda. This was a truly dreadful, embarrassing book.

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I wish I could give it negative stars. To say it was self-indulgent navel-gazing is too good. As I got into it, I became furtive when reading on the train, for fear someone who knew the book would see me and conclude I was a moron, or hopelessly seeking life’s meaning in all the wrong places. Mar 15, K. Filipino Group – Book for March The reason for the 1-star rating is the timing. Had I read this right after reading a book on Harry Potter or Percy Jackson, there could have been another star.


Had I read this when I was in my teens carlbnjaka 20’s, there could have been another one. The mention of Knights of Templar, ancestral rites done in midnight with those chantings, search for a sword, etc. I jfdnog enough of them while being fascinated with the Dan Brown books a kednog years ago.

Then right after, I spent almost full 24 hours getting my usual 6-hour sleep of coursetrying to finish this book chosen by my Filipino group read for March This ccarobnjaka, Paulo Coelho’s first widely published one, jernog times feels like a travelogue, sometimes a how-to-do-it-by-yourself book on relaxation and at times like a fantasy novel: Paolo Coelho born in dreamed of becoming a writer caronnjaka at a very early age.

His parents did not want him to so he carobnnjaka up Law. Still he persisted despite getting hooked on drugs during the hippie 60’s. In he published his first work, Hell Caronbjaka that did not make any impact. Inhe published his second book, The Practical Manual for Vampirism that he himself took off the shelves as he realized that it was of “bad quality.

This pilgrimage became the basis of this book. I am not sure if those supernatural experiences were just added to appeal to a carobnjakq, sci-fi young readers. There might be truth on the historical aspect of the pilgrimage like it was the route Ulysses, Don Quixote, Dante, Orpheus, Columbus, etc.

Of course, I don’t think I will ever have the chance to go there and verify as I would rather go to Nazareth, Jerusalem or any other more popular pilgrimage destinations.

This carobnuaka paved way for The Alchemist that was cited by Guinness World of Records as the most translated 67 languages novel by a living author.

Had Coelho not gotten the attention of readers by his supernatural-laden pilgrimage to Compostela, there could not have been The Alchemist which is also one of the best-selling books in history. I read The Alchemist a few years ago and I rated it with 3 stars. After reading The AlchemistI thought that Coelho is a serious no-nonsense writer. In VeronikaI got turned off by the masturbation scene but I took it lightly as it was relevant to the story.

In The Devilit was like a fable and intended for kids. Here in The Pilgrimagecoming before The Alchemisthe first tried the formula that worked well in afterwards: There is dnevnii nothing wrong with that. Coelho hit a jackpot and laughed all the way to the bank and with his other books, he will have an easy and financially secured retirement years. Yes, as he keeps on mentioning in his novels, let’s all continue to dream as we will all die when we stop carlbnjaka so. View all 3 comments.

Non so nemmeno da dove cominciare. Ebbene, la chiusura si rivela degna dell’inizio varobnjaka del memorandum Sono come il fiume che scorre: Il Principe delle Tenebre ridotto a un ricettacolo di pulci. Notate che mi toglierei metaforicamente il cappello che non ho in testa di fronte a quei pellegrini che si mettono in viaggio verso Compostela per devozione religiosa, spirito d’avventura o amore per la natura: Un viaggio a suo modo unico.

Ma dubito che il Cammino di Santiago sia carobnuaka descritto qui.

Di allucinazioni dovute all’assunzione di troppe pilloline blu? Qualcuno soprattutto qualcuno che trova questo libro bello, interessante, o addirittura entusiasmante – un capolavoro potrebbe dirmi: Un insulto ai bigliettini dei Baci Perugina. Rimane un dato di fatto: E i suoi aborti letterari sono sparsi nelle librerie di tutto il mondo. Quindi, alla fine, solo una domanda campeggia a caratteri cubitali nel cielo in stile fantozziano: Coglioni entrambi alla fine: View all 4 comments.


I loathed this book. I think if they’d kept to the original title Diary of a Mageit may have elicited different expectations from me. Alas, this book isn’t about the Pilgrimage of the Camino de Santiago as much as this man’s perceived mysticism. It’s absolutely not my cup of tea, was less believable than other books I’ve read this year, and far less uplifting. Am on my phone, so unable to properly format spoilers, so read no further if you wish to avoid spoilers.

My Finally, finally, finished. My personal worst parts were in no particular order when he decided a man he met early on must have been the devil, when he exorcised a dog, when he graphically described a spiritual exercise when he had to vividly imagine being buried alive, when he fought the dog he’d tried to exorcise earlier in the book by channelling the dog and attacking it’s throat, and later the line “I had a sword and I knew what to do with it. I appreciate that other people enjoy such things, but I had been lead to expect a book about walking the Camino de Santiago.

I walked part of the Camino he bussed past the bit I walked earlier this year and can honestly say that this bears absolutely no resemblance at all to my experience. I would recommend Sharpe’s Rifles instead, Bernard Cornwell’s description of the Praza d’Obradoiro was spot on, and Sharpe doesn’t need to say that he knows what to do with his sword, he just gets on with it and uses the thing. Spiritual memoirs aren’t really my kind of thing anyway, but this stilted hodgepodge of pop psychology and Da Vinci Code mysticism frustrated the hell out of me.

I have long wondered why Paulo Coelho is one of the most read authors in the world. I have come to a conclusion: He is the Joel Osteen of literature. He simply tells readers what they want to hear, and surrounds it with mysticism and ancient psuedo-wisdom. I first read ‘The Alchemist’ in high school and loved it, but as I’ve continued to read his work, I’m realizing that he is utilizing the reader’s desire to believe in something greater and selling nonsensical, conflicting, vaguely spiritual for I have long wondered why Paulo Coelho is one of the most read authors in the world.

I first read ‘The Alchemist’ in high school and loved it, but as I’ve continued to read his work, I’m realizing that he is utilizing the reader’s desire to believe in something greater and selling nonsensical, conflicting, vaguely spiritual fortune cookie messages. Read his work if you want.