Brida has long been interested in various aspects of magic. One day, she decides to visit the Master who lives in a small town outside Dublin. She finds him in the forest where he spends his days. Her first 'lesson' is to be left alone in the forest all night, where she learns to overcome her fears & to trust in the goodness of the world.
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Masterful spiritual storyteller Coelho published Brida in 1990, two years following the publication of one of his most popular works, The Alchemist. Here translated into English, Brida follows the ... Read full review
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