Manuscript Found in Accra, by Paulo Coehlo, reminded me a lot of The Prophet, by Kahlil Gibran, but I liked The Prophet much better. There were some nuggets of wisdom in this one, but it bothered me that it was styled so much after Gibran.
I liked this passage from the book:
“Love appears and says: “You think you’re heading towards a specific point, but the whole justification for the goal’s existence lies in your love for it. Rest a little, but as soon as you can, get up and carry on. Because ever since your goal found out that you were traveling toward it, it has been running to meet you.”
I chose this book to read for my personal challenge, “Wanderlust,” an effort to read books that are from or take place in each country of the world. This book was written by a very popular author from BRAZIL.
I’ve read a couple of his books and have enjoyed them. Glad you are taking trips via your Wanderlust challenge.
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Thanks, Iliana, I’m enjoying my travels! I do look forward to reading his book, The Alchemist.