Must read books of Paulo Coelho.

2 months ago Sakshi Darpan 0

Paulo Coelho has been one among the most loved writers of the era. He is a Brazilian lyricist, an amazing novelist and a stunner recipient of various international awards. All his books are inspiring to the core and mostly focus on finding one’s life’s purpose. His work has been appreciated throughout the world for his simple yet profoundly heart touching way of writing. He has written several books until now. However, here is a list of five books that you should definitely read before you die.

Paulo Coelho a famous book writer

  • The Alchemist: by Paulo Coelho

This is a must-read. The signature dialogue of the movie “ Om-Shanti-Om”, in fact, is a highly inspired version of this book and this dialogue is written by him only.

“And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.”

  • Veronika decides to die: 

This book is about a girl who gets bored of her monotonous routine and decides to die. What happens after that is a journey worth unfolding.

  • Eleven minutes: 

No matter what, if you want to be free in the true sense of the word then you can achieve it through any means, spiritual or sexual. Just like the protagonist Maria, a young Brazilian prostitute who took on a journey of self-realization through sexual experiences.

  • Brida: 

It’s a story of a young girl in search of her soul mate. This book beautifully depicts the idea of love and what it means being with your soul mate- whether for a short time or for throughout your life.

  • Maktub: 

this book is a compilation of deeply woven thoughts and very short incidents, all of which carry profoundly realistic messages about life. Maktub literally means “it is written”. It’s a wonderful opportunity for anyone reading this book to rediscover oneself in the drama of life by exchanging experiences.

 
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