Sunday, January 9, 2011
Iran bans Paulo Coelho's books
The Ministry of Culture and ‘Islamic Guidance’ in Iran has banned all books written by Paulo Coelho.
Coelho is one of my favorite authors. This news hurts my heart.
You can read the full message from Arash at Paulo Coelho's blog: click here.
I'm so glad we have freedom of speech and religion in the good ol' U.S.
I recently read the graphic novel version of Coelho's "The Alchemist."
Here are some my favorite books by Paulo Coelho:
One of my all-time favorite books.
It is a story about following your dreams.
Here is the preview for the graphic novel versino of the Alchemist:
You can get the graphic novel here:
This guide goes along with the Alchemist.
It is for realizing your own dreams:
Good novel about depression and living:
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