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El demonio y la senorita Prym (The Devil and Miss Prym)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2004


    Paulo Coelho tiene la magia necesaria para crear personajes cuyas historias nos transporten a esa lucha diaria que vive cada ser humano entre el bien y el mal, entre las metas y sueños que nos hemos trazado y las excusas que encontramos para no alcanzarlos.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2007

    Simplemente estupendo

    Indiscutiblemente este libro es una tremenda injeccion de sabiduria para el que lo lea. Mi mas profundo respecto para el talento que Cohelo deposito en este libro. Totalmente facinante.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 13, 2006

    El mal y el bien tienen la misma cara, solo depende de cuando te tropieses con ellos en la vida!

    This is an amazing book from the Title to the very last page!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2002

    Compelling and challenging!!!

    The title hit me when I first noticed the book. I simply had to find out what this was about. The devil: all encompassing, larger than life and Ms Prym: ordinary, human, anonymous. The title sets out the basics of the story: the ordinary versus the extraordinary. The story starts off quite happily and the scene is immediately set. The quiet village is described through its inhabitants but the reader immediately picks up that something is due to happen... and the tension rises. The story is clearly structured and Coelho's style is a very transparent one. No fancy literary mechanisms at first sight, but then again, one must look beyond what he describes, just as the story tells us to listen to what people do not say and to try and see whatever people may want to hide. The book does not tolerate that one puts it down; the story imposes itself upon the reader. Paulo Coelho does not let go until the last word is said. Good and evil, man and god, life and death, pride and fall in one mind-blowing book.

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    Posted March 24, 2011

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