Summary

The Pilgrimage paved the way to Paulo Coehlo's international best-selling novel The Alchemist. In many ways, these two volumes are companions - to truly comprehend one, you must read the other. Step inside this captivating account of Paulo Coehlo's pilgrimage along the road to Santiago. This fascinating parable explores the need to find one's own path. In the end, we discover that the extraordinary is always found in the ordinary and simple ways of everyday people. Part adventure story, part guide to self-discovery, this compelling tale delivers the perfect combination of enchantment and insight.
©2006 Paulo Coelho (P)2009 HarperCollins Publishers
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5 out of 5 stars
By susanne on 07-04-13

miss s hall

This is the second book i have read from paulo coelho's books and just like the fist i read which was the 'alchemist' it makes you want to read another and another book. Paulo coelho as used intelligence with writing . It gives you the feel to just kick back and relax. Highly reccomend this author and his books.

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4 of 5 people found this review helpful

2 out of 5 stars
By kimmie cannon on 28-07-17

Disappointing

I was patient with this book waiting for the story to go somewhere and towards the end became bored realising it wasn't going to get interesting. I couldn't really resonate with the book like I have been able to with the alchemist and Veronica decides to die. I won't be reading again or recommending unfortunately.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Idaho Trojan on 14-01-15

Excellent, Favorite Coelho Book So Far!

What did you love best about The Pilgrimage?

Fantastic example of a well written "hero's journey" style novel.

What other book might you compare The Pilgrimage to and why?

The Alchemist is similar yet very different, loved them both.

What insight do you think you’ll apply from The Pilgrimage?

Sometimes it takes a real "break" from the routine to appreciate what's already in front of your face!

Any additional comments?

Me = middle aged, educated, married, husband and dad, professional, executive always seeking, learning, finding depth and meaning to life ... if that describes you too, then READ THIS BOOK!

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11 of 11 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Mark on 20-05-15

A different path of the Peaceful Warrior

This was my first book from the author and I'm not even sure what drew me to it, but sometimes the universe just works that way and you go with it. Much like The Way Of The Peaceful Warrior, the book tells a story about a man on a quest he doesn't really fully understand. Along the way, he finds a guide who leads, pushes, and forces inner exploration that takes him to a higher place than he imagined. The book is definitely spiritual, but not religious. Despite being about a pilgrimage along the Road to Santiago with some religious references, the story isn't about church or practices of the church. Rather, it's about one man's quest to find his own connection with the divine within and all around.

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