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A Bruxa de Portobello has ratings and reviews. Huda said: ونجح باولو كويلو في أن يجعلني أعطي نجمة واحدة لكتاب يمجد قداسة الأنثى-_-الرواي. Na obra de Paulo Coelho não faltam personagens fortes. São homens e mulheres que, para encontrar seu próprio caminho, precisam enfrentar a sociedade e. : A Bruxa De Portobello () by Paulo Coelho and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at.
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As a child, she shows a strong r The ee this is a one-star is because there’s not really a story here. Moreover, Coelho’s philosophy doesn’t just fail to function, it’s also actively harmful. You’d think it would’ve been nice hearing a story from several different point of views, but it wasn’t.
A Bruxa de Portobello [The Witch of Portobello] : Paulo Coelho :
It’s such a overblown book, I couldn’t deal with it. I now know that I’d never be able to re I have a tendency to choose books by my instincts when I read their titles Not only is it absolutely pointless and riddled with repeated themes and preachy tones, but it is also extremely boring. I like the idea of having a book about a person that is never told in that person’s voice – since that is how we know so many people in our lives, but this book did not succeed in making that interesting or believable.
If you refer to Dracula being the work of an Irishman who never visited Transylvania, I get that it’s Bram Stoker without being told, thanks. So far the best thing about this book is the cover.
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The Witch of Portobello 1 36 Aug 14, And, if you reference Maronite Christians, but it doesn’t add a damn thing to your story, you don’t have to interrupt a thought to tell me what their sect believes. Pick this novel with caution. Just as that is no longer a “landscape”, but a red canvas, “The Witch of Portobello” does not have many narrators, but a single, omniscient, omni-annoying one. Lists with This Book.
I’m glad this is over. I felt that all the characters had the same tone of voice and theory of thinking to the point where I was confused as to who was speaking.
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Since I missed my book group and my chance to vent, thanks for letting me do it here! In his quest to turn his literary universe into a homogeneous mass of love-power ditzes, Coelho also disregards whatever bits of culture and history he dislikes, starting with instating a dictator’s son in charge over the Romanian government erm, wut?
She grows into a woman in search of answers to many questions that arise within a person.
I This is not a novel — it’s a treatise. I felt like Coelho overreached to try to sound too much of a s If you feel like you have too many brain cells and would wish to destroy half of them, read this book. The part about the gypsies This is the fourth in a row, and I must say the worst, by far.
I have a tendency to choose books by my instincts when I read their titles I now know that I’d never be able to portovello anything by Paulo Coelho, because he had based himself in my mind by his attempt to write a novel so shallow. Oh, and the editor’s notes just insulted my intelligence.
Portuguese translated to English by Margaret Jull Costa. I felt like Coelho overreached to try to sound too much of a specific type of “woman”. The reason this is a one-star is because there’s not really a story here.
She goes into a London University to pursue Engineering at the age of 19 but it’s not what her heart wanted. As another reviewer pointed out, the story is told from many points of view that unfortunately all sound alike.
A Bruxa de Portobello
I do not recommend you to read this one if you’ve never read for Coelho. She had a life which many felt was content because she had a child of her own, money, and friends; everything but her mind was at peace, so she searches for the answer to the classical question of “Who am I? Man, I’ve never been soo damn wrong in my life.
Right up there with Out of Africa. Trapped for hours in an airport with nothing to read, my wife was further victimized by this remarkably bad book, one of five books available for sale in Portland International Airport at 2am. I made it to page portbello, almost half way and allowed myself to just drop it and give up.
The central character is abandoned by her birth mother because the father was a foreigner gadje and later adopted by a wealthy Lebanese couple. I ended up, however, really disliking this book.
A Bruxa de Portobello is a fiction work by Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho published inabout a woman born in Transylvania to a Romani mother in a gypsy tribe ds wedlock. Refresh and try again. I didn’t care for it from several angles.
I’m gonna take 5 mins out of my life just to check if there are any non-white, “i believe in the spiritual energies of the mystical forms that we call life” females that rated this book more than 1 star.
A teacher can only make us aware of our capabilities but finding the right path is up to the student. Kahil Gibrain’s psuedo-religious drivel was at least poetic and brief bguxa comparison.
In ninety days of pilgrimage the author traveled around the globe and took the famous Transiberrian train that took him to Vladivostok. Two years later, her marriage falls apart because they are facing too many problems due to their young age and lack of money or mostly because he felt that she loved only the child and used him to get what she wanted.
The writer elucidates the opinion that the Church has deviated by its stringent rules to the point where it no longer serves Jesus Christor as put in his words in one of the interviews: I really did not like this book and if I were one to put books down without finishing them this would be one.
It’s no good even for poking fun at. I’ve lived on a battlefield since I was born, but I’m still alive and I don’t need anyone to protect me. I tried so hard to like Athena but she sounded like some woman on crack. Paulo Coelho is a bit like a literary version of Dr Phil. Preachy new age-y bullshit, with a distinct undertone of “I’m idealizing feminine qualities, so I can’t possibly be sexist” sexism.