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The Zahir: A Novel of Obsession Hardcover – Import, 23 August 2005

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Subtitled A Novel of Obsession, this tale is the philosophical and spiritual chronicle of one man's quest for self-discovery. Stunned by his wife's inexplicable disappearance from their Paris home and immediately suspected of foul play by the authorities and the press, the unnamed protagonist, a best-selling writer, is forced to reexamine both his marital relationship and his own life. What he eventually discovers with the help of a -mysterious stranger named Mikhail--a man he suspects is somehow involved in Esther's disappearance--is that he must first "find himself" before he can ever hope to find his wife. Although Esther is physically and emotionally lost to him, he rediscovers her as he retraces both her footsteps and the disintegration of their visceral connection. Finally able to release the past and his anger, he can accept the uncertainty of the present by traveling to Kazakhstan with Mikhail in search of Esther and the remote possibility of resurrecting a dormant love. As in The Alchemist (1993), Coelho continues to prove himself a contemporary fabulist, spinning irresistible stories while seeking enlightenment at the same time. Interwoven with details drawn from his life, the mesmerizing narrative offers a highly personal meditation on the meaning and the power of love. Margaret Flanagan
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“Coelho is a novelist who writes in a universal language.” (New York Times)

“Fans of Paulo Coelho will love this eloquent meditation on commitment--as will anyone who’s ever been in a relationship.” (Marie Claire)

“If you read Coelho’s book The Alchemist, then you should definitely read this.... There’s really no one else like him.” (Vibe)

“Likely to entrance even the most cynical of readers.” (Bloomberg.com)

“An enlightening story of faith and the reclamation of pure love.” (Library Journal)

“A fast-moving, captivating, both satirical and thoughtful novel about love and desire.” (Edmonton Journal (Alberta))

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  • Hardcover : 320 pages
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0060825218
  • ISBN-10 : 0060825219
  • Dimensions : 14.29 x 2.67 x 20.96 cm
  • Item Weight : 454 g
  • Publisher : HarperOne; Translation edition (23 August 2005)
  • Language: : English
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