Thursday, February 9, 2012


Nine years ago a very distinguished Brazilian author, Paulo Coelho, published a great story called Eleven Minutes. No wonder this book was translated into more than forty languages – even me, a person disgusted by reading, came back to this book three times and enjoyed it a lot. Coelho’s style of writing is very philosophical and it makes the reader think a lot. Therefore it is very likely to find something new we haven’t noticed before every single time reading it over again.

The book introduces us to a story about a girl from Brazil, Maria, who is bored with her ordinary life in a country she’s always lived in, so she decides to find her fortune in Switerland. For now, I am not going to say more, since the story is very interesting and there are many unexpected extracts in the book.  

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