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Though set in Jerusalem during the final year of the eleventh century, this Paolo Coehlo fable reverberates with contemporary meaning. In the novel, Christians, Jews, and Arabs who have lived peacefully together must now contemplate the prospect of their demise at the hands of Crusaders. Searching for consolation, if not resolution, they consult a Greek Copt wise man. Hailed in reviews as the universal work yet by the author of the international bestseller Aleph.