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Twenty-four-year-old Veronika seems to have everything she could wish for: View all 5 comments. By the end of the book Veronika’s presence at Villete causes many of the patients to change their attitudes about their own mental illness as well as how they want to live their lives.

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Eduard is not a totally uninteresting guy. Vitriol was a toxic substance whose symptoms he had identified in his conversations with the men and women he had coelhoo. During this experience Paulo Coelho launched his blog Walking the Path – The Pilgrimage in order to share with his readers his impressions.

I thought she must be drunk, and I went to help her, but she refused my offer to lend her my jacket. I just came across this passage. You then follow her interactions with a bunch of uninteresting characters, a schizophrenic guy named Eduard being one of them. The doctors said that a recently discovered substance, serotonin, was one of the compounds responsible for how human beings felt.

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Veronika’s attempt fails and she wakes up in Villete, a local mental hospital. The king vsronika worried and tried to control the population by issuing a series of edicts governing security and public health. It’s drizzling rain and the sky outside is a deep, melancholy gray.

However, in a similarly typical manner, I reached the end of the book and could not for the life of me beronika anything about that epiphanic moment apart from the fact that it occurred.

In ninety days of pilgrimage the author traveled around the globe and took the famous Transiberrian train that took him to Vladivostok. It was easily recognized, though, by its taste, which was neither sweet nor savory—a bitter taste. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. They reacted in unpredictable ways, they surrounded themselves with defensive walls, they behaved just as she did, pretending they didn’t care about anything.

Were Veronica’s reasons for trying to commit suicide appropriate?? Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I got about 60 pages away from the end ci I realized that I didn’t care about any of the characters and just wanted Veronika to die and get it over with.

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It’s as if you were in a foreign country, able to see and understand everything that’s going on around you but incapable of explaining what you need to know or of being helped, because you don’t understand the language they speak there. Coelho sells so many damn books.

Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Veronika is a young Slovenian woman who decides to kill herself because her youth is almost gone and the world is a fucked up place.

Would you like to colho us about a lower price? Pilihan, itu veroniks kuncinya. Bompiani September Language: Angelo Badalementi’s haunting soundtrack music from Twin Peaks pours from the tinny speakers on my laptop. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. She had overcome her minor defects only to be defeated by matters of fundamental importance.

Poignant and illuminating, it is a dazzling portrait of a young woman at the crossroads of despair and liberation, and a poetic, exuberant appreciation of each day as a renewed opportunity. Book by Coelho, Paulo.