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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What the hell was Athena the “feminine side of God” If this is your first Paulo coelho book, don’t read it!

A Bruxa de Portobello

She grows into a woman in search of answers to many questions that arise within potrobello person. 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 without wedlock. First half that she’s searching for what she wants is fine.

But I couldn’t realize, is that a real woman? I learned so much from his books about having self strength and acceptance. During this experience Paulo Coelho launched his blog Walking the Path – The Pilgrimage in order to share with his readers his impressions. One of only less than an handful, I can say that about.

All the Coelho books I bought on a whim are now going into the attic until I can hawk them at some yardsale. The only thing I liked about this book was that Athena shared my first name. In lieu of someone wanting to read it.


Wrong original publication date 2 15 Oct 19, Published first published September I’m amazed that I made it to page before I decided to just skip pages to get to a more tangible bruax of what resembles a plot, which this book lacks in the worst possible way.

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The Witch of Portobello complete and free! As another reviewer pointed out, the story is told from many points of view that unfortunately all sound alike. Works by Paulo Coelho. Witch of Portobello – GoodReviews writing contest in March.

Like the Flowing River. I could rant on like this for awhile, but portonello, this is a preachy non-story that insults its readers intelligence. It’s such a overblown book, I couldn’t deal with it.

But the best way of knowing the meaning of life is by learning from one’s student.

Maybe I feel like this about the book because of the books I’ve recently read. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I couldn’t have been more disappointed, as I like Coelho most of the time.

One day she just decides that she wanted to drop out of college, get married and have a baby. The central character is abandoned by her birth mother because the father was a foreigner gadje and later adopted by a wealthy Lebanese couple.


Portobelllo you see a chat starting, buckle up. There are a few pages 1 or 2 that makes some sense, other than that, it’s completely nonsensical. I like the idea of having a book about a person that is never My biggest complaint about this book was that while the narrative was told from the perspective of several different people, every single “person” sounded exactly alike! Just as that is no longer a “landscape”, but a red canvas, “The Witch of Portobello” does not have many narrators, porrobello a single, omniscient, omni-annoying one.

In ninety days of pilgrimage the author traveled around the globe and took the famous Transiberrian train that took him to Vladivostok. Want to Read saving…. Each character seemed like a stand-in where we don’t really get to know anything about them.

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Thanks to this horrible xe, this is about all I can take of Coelho for the time being The worst book I read from him. The Witch of Portobello Portuguese: Moreover, Coelho’s philosophy doesn’t just fail to function, it’s also actively harmful. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I don’t know what’s the fuzz about this book. I just didn’t get it.